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BoA approved

Just got a call from BoA credit department 2 weeks after my application . After few questions the rep got me approved for 5K. This is my highest CL.

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Re: BoA approved

Congrats! Smiley Happy


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Re: BoA approved

Congrats!!! Which card did you get approved for? Any baddies?

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Re: BoA approved

Yay!!!!! Congrats!!! Smiley Very Happy

 

A BoA card from their MyExpressions banking selection, benefitting my alumni association, is big on my wish list. Hope to be able to get an approval myself before too much longer.

 

Enjoy your new card!


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Re: BoA approved

Nice

 

Which card did you get?


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Re: BoA approved

 

BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ Visa Signature® Card



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Re: BoA approved

no baddies ever, never missed a payment either! i am so happy i can cancel my Crapital One now since they never increase my credit limit since i got the card 6 years ago

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Re: BoA approved

If that's your oldest account I wouldn't recommend closing it.


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Re: BoA approved


cristianro wrote:

 

BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ Visa Signature® Card




Great card!

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