03-26-2014 01:35 PM
Yes it's Wright-Patt.
Amazingly easy to deal with. I did my best to play it cool when he flashed that $20K limit. Asked if that waas enough and was serious. I guess you can start at 25K if you push for a manual review. Which I didn't.
They pull EX. Have one 3 year old baddie and a paid tax lien on it. My score according to them was 693. Printed and activated the card while I sat there signing the paperwork for it. I mean, just super easy. Said I was eligible for a $5000 personal unsecured loan if I needed it in the next 45 days without a HP.
03-26-2014 03:11 PM
Decided to move all my banking to a Credit Union. WHile I was opening up the account they asked if I wanted a Visa or Mastercard. I told them I just opened a bunch of line of credit and I didn't think I needed another card. He said he ould do a SP and give me an idea of what they could approve me for.
He came back with a $20,000 limit. 8.25% rate... Soooo.... Lol
I really am back in the garden now. Honestly probably need to stay there for a year.
Congrats on your approval WTG
03-27-2014 09:30 AM
Hmmm.. .Wright-Patt CU just opened a brance near my work here in Columbus.
Might just drop in and look around.
I suggest you do. It's $5.00 to open an account and apply for the card. If approved you'll have it before you leave. Let me know how it goes.
06-12-2014 06:20 PM
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