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No, not me valley_man. But check out http://www.whogavemecredit.com Hopefully you will find more info there!!!
Thank you for the reply. I did check whogavemecredit before I posted, but there really wasn't much on there for WFNNB. The entries that were there were either (somewhat) old, or there wasn't information listed regarding scores or which CRA was pulled. Makes me wonder how popular they really are.
03-24-2009 01:40 PM
Something to remember about the "who gave me credit" site, it is not all about scores anymore. Many other things go into factoring the credit selection process. I have what I consider decent scores (high 600's) and have yet to be approved for a real true unsecured CC. According to that website I should qualfy for a bunch of cards that have told me no.
I know people (both in person and on this forum) that have been rejected with a 700+ credit score recently for cards. Its actually funny for me to see the different excuses. "Too new to credit" "Too much credit" "Not enough credit" "Too many INQ's" "Too few INQ's" "Wrong hair color"
Honestly, and I keep telling people this, the only way to know is to apply for yourself.
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