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GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

 I shop at old navy a lot. I applied last November before ThanksGiving and was declined and even called the back door number. I even argue with

the customer service about it as I'm trying to find out the credit score they required.

 

As I was shopping yesterday the lady told me if I'm interested on applying credit card as she saw me with a lot of clothes in my hand..

When I got to the counter I told the lady I'm interested on applying the card again. I may not get approve but I wanna try anyway. 

It was a while before they can process my account but I'm soooo happy that I was able to get approve...

 

What can I say I have 3 girls so I have to give all 3 few clothes.. Those $5.00 dollars shirts went from $3.00 dollars only clothes.

Then those little sweaters went from $7.50 sweaters to $5.06 sweaters.. Then I bought a thick sweater which
 lands from $20.00 dollars to $14.00 something.. And I only spend less than $55dollars and this includes few shirts from my nephew.


Starting Score: 542 TU after bankruptcy November 9, 2011 (Discharge Date)
Current Score: 598 TU Rebuilding. In my wallet CAP1 @ $300 now $500 after 6 months, Orchard @ $300, WheelWorks/CFNA - $1200, GE/OldNayve&Walmart $300 Auto loan - $25K @ $490/month, FingerHut $150 BADDIES - HIGH UTI but no late fees, school loak $20K, 27 hard inquiry
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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

Congrats on your approval!

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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

What does your credit profile looking like and what's your limit?

 

Congrats on the approval tho!

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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

Thank you. I filed bankrupty on 11/2011 and I think my credit went up to 598 now FICO score. I applied on an auto loan last November. so far not that much changed for the past 12 months but few little credit cards of $300.00 limit


Starting Score: 542 TU after bankruptcy November 9, 2011 (Discharge Date)
Current Score: 598 TU Rebuilding. In my wallet CAP1 @ $300 now $500 after 6 months, Orchard @ $300, WheelWorks/CFNA - $1200, GE/OldNayve&Walmart $300 Auto loan - $25K @ $490/month, FingerHut $150 BADDIES - HIGH UTI but no late fees, school loak $20K, 27 hard inquiry
Goal Score: 700



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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

Congrats to you!

 

Did you IIB any GE cards? 

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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

No. This is my first card with GE ever

Starting Score: 542 TU after bankruptcy November 9, 2011 (Discharge Date)
Current Score: 598 TU Rebuilding. In my wallet CAP1 @ $300 now $500 after 6 months, Orchard @ $300, WheelWorks/CFNA - $1200, GE/OldNayve&Walmart $300 Auto loan - $25K @ $490/month, FingerHut $150 BADDIES - HIGH UTI but no late fees, school loak $20K, 27 hard inquiry
Goal Score: 700



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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

Congrat! GE is a great bank


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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

I agree .GE is magic bank and is my bank lolz

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Re: GE/OLD NAVY CARD APPROVE

That's good. Took me awhile over 600 Fico to get them

You'll love the card. They have deals for card members like I think 15.00 off now and you also get rewards points

I just got the Visa upgrade and they gave me a 30.00 dollar certificate

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