05-06-2008 07:54 AM
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betamunupe wrote:Have you already tried the BofA pre-qualify site? If not most definitely try.
05-06-2008 08:28 AM
05-06-2008 08:34 AM
betamunupe wrote:o...well if you call them and do application over the phone, they are usually pretty cool about baddies, its only one...they will ask you about it...but I think you should be fine....high 600's low 700's...I think when I applie I was at the mid 600's and I only got approved for a 1000...I think I am going to call and ask for a increase today so I can pay for summer school...but I personally think that your scores alone are high enough....I am sure other ppl on here will give you the ok as well when they wake up!!!
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