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Any new approvals?

I know are used to the new cld and declines. I curious to find out if any is approved for any new credit lately.

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Re: Any new approvals?

Well if i read your post correctly. I decided to apply for a hooters card at the same point in time as trying to get a chase(been trying to get rid of my orchards af card) Declined for the chase .



I got the 7 to 10 message with hooters i took that as a decline and applied with Alliant 



Alliant approved me for a 5k card and then today i got a hooters MC in the mail with 1k CL 


So now i will be able to ditch the orchard card next month when my year hits (400 CL 39 AF) unless they waive the AF . 



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Re: Any new approvals?

Well due to my recent credit app spree I now find myself with 5 new cards


Macys, Hooters, Credit One, Best Buy Rewards, Household bank rewards.


I may regret this later.Smiley Surprised

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Re: Any new approvals?

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You will regret it if you applied for credit that you didn't need.
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Re: Any new approvals?

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have not app with bank cc this year.  was approved by two CU's that i apped in part to offset a rather precarious overrepresentation of amex and 'zombie' bank products in my cc 'roster'.  i'll rest a bit easier, no doubt!


CUs Rule!

Message Edited by score_building on 04-01-2009 09:46 AM
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Re: Any new approvals?

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Discover Escape Card, CapOne Reward Ultra, PenFed Travel Visa, Alliant Reward and Pertuity Direct personal loan....all last week.  No declines, though a couple CL's weren't quite what I had hoped for.  Oh, BoA did decline a CLI but allowed PC my Platinum Plus Visa to Rewards Visa.  And Chase PC'd my old WAMU to Freedom Plus.  Dumped my Orchard.
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Re: Any new approvals?

I just got a BOA AMEX for 2k and and Hilton honors AMEX for 2.5 k.  I am done for at least a year.  I dont want to push it.
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Re: Any new approvals?

My wife got a dell account for 1.5k and she got a cli on her walmart and i got another 3k cli on my kays card.
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Re: Any new approvals?

well i got approved for the Penfed gas card for 10k and the discover more card for 8k, this is my current app spree for this year along with getting a mortgage, no more apps for awhile i recenlty counted, counting these two i have a total of 8 cards... 2 card are joint with my wife/ bestbuy and carcare one.
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Re: Any new approvals?

PC to B of A Amex from Worldpoints MC, PenFed Rewards 7k, and HSBC Weekend Rewards Mastercard (I know you all hate HSBC, but I love them, they've always been awesome to me)  

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