07-19-2009 07:19 PM
BofA is very tight on CLI's these days. I posted about my recent experience here:
The only way you will find out is by calling and asking. Use the telephone number in my post. That way you will get a credit analysts eyeballs on your info. There us no harm in asking. Worst they can say is no! Just be aware - they have a Jekyl and Hyde nature at BorA. Don't be too disappointed if the person you speak to is not nice.
07-19-2009 07:50 PM
Thanks creditwherecreditisdue, I ll give it a try tomorrow, I just hope it wont trigger any AA from boa. The thing is this is a card that was a fully secured just a few weeks ago.
i m planning on not to apply for anything for at least a year, so that my 2 cards age a little. But in case boa gets nasty hopefully my clean EQ will help me get a decent cu card.
07-19-2009 08:03 PM
If that call is not fruitful and since you are finished being secured you could go right back to the soft inq pre-app site and see if it gives you any offers:
07-19-2009 08:21 PM
I m sure if I apply with them I ll get denied due to too many inq on experian. I d love to get another card but with different bank or cu but my credit history is very short only 9 months I fought hard to get that boa amex though !
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