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Tommy5746
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Re: 56 inq Woah!


b_seeker wrote:

There was a guy here a month or so ago that had well over a 100 between his three reports and continued applying for more cards against everyone's advice.


Did he actually obtain any new cards?? I would find it very hard to believe that he would..

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Re: 56 inq Woah!


Tommy5746 wrote:

b_seeker wrote:

There was a guy here a month or so ago that had well over a 100 between his three reports and continued applying for more cards against everyone's advice.


Did he actually obtain any new cards?? I would find it very hard to believe that he would..


I can't remember exactly but he may have snuck one through on a recon. But the majority of what he was apping for were banks that wouldn't touch him with those kinds of inqs and he couldn't figure out why. Pretty much everyone was just smh by the end. I tried finding the topic in my old messages but I couldn't find it. May have been purged. 



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Re: 56 inq Woah!


b_seeker wrote:

There was a guy here a month or so ago that had well over a 100 between his three reports and continued applying for more cards against everyone's advice.


One of our latest trolls!! :smileyhappy:




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Re: 56 inq Woah!


LS2982 wrote:

b_seeker wrote:

There was a guy here a month or so ago that had well over a 100 between his three reports and continued applying for more cards against everyone's advice.


One of our latest trolls!! :smileyhappy:


he should joined Apps hunting dot com rather Fico family :smileyvery-happy:


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Re: 56 inq Woah!

Grins... I think 56 is record


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Re: 56 inq Woah!

I had 26 in EXP before joining the forum... cause I did not know how much inqs affects you

 

 

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Re: 56 inq Woah!

There was a girl here named Lisa something that had 90 or more inquiries and wouldn't stop apping.   Then had the nerve to be worried about AA on her current cards.  This wasn't more than a month or two or ago.  


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Re: 56 inq

Not sure about the most inqs I've ever had, but I'm guessing 10 plus/minus a couple.

 

As for those with a ton of inqs, I', thinking they must enjoy rejection, because after a certain point it's got to be hard to explain away 30 or more.

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Re: 56 inq

omg.. i thought 19 was bad!! well it is very bad.. but shwew

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Re: 56 inq

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Even when I've gotten approved, when I see that new inquiry alert I get this icky sick feeling, same feeling I get from eating naughty cheesy food that I just ate too much of.  Not sure which is worse, both have lasting effects!  :smileywink:



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