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CC suggestions for Exp. 581 Equ 610 Tran 606

Well, my first "how do I get to the big boys (700+) post". I need to add CC that will improve my scores. I have only one $500, secured zero balance BofA CC. Any suggestions for others and how many should I add? I have Lexington assisting with the removal of two -the last two- negative items. I am trying to get all scores to around 650 by mid next year. Any help means life back into my tired bank LOL. :smileyhappy: Thanks for a great community myFICO :smileywink:


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Gladtobehere wrote:

Well, my first "how do I get to the big boys (700+) post". I need to add CC that will improve my scores. I have only one $500, secured zero balance BofA CC. Any suggestions for others and how many should I add? I have Lexington assisting with the removal of two -the last two- negative items. I am trying to get all scores to around 650 by mid next year. Any help means life back into my tired bank LOL. :smileyhappy: Thanks for a great community myFICO :smileywink:


I know a few may be down on them, but I really like Capital One's credit card products for those wishing to increase their credit standing. The annual fee is usually pretty reasonable - and they typically begin you with a $500 limit that increases to anywhere between $750-1,000 after 6 months. IME, their credit reporting is also getting up to speed. They report balances much faster than they used to.

 

Here is the pre-qualification site. You can check your eligibility for one of their products without a hard pull or negatively impacting your FICO scores:

 

https://cardfinder.capitalone.com/CapOne/findMyOffer.do?ex=R&pr=&id=&tg=19&pnt=ZUNS11ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ&...

 

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Creditcrusader, thanks for the information. I was looking at Captital One and another bank. I will see what happens. Thanks again and good luck towards reaching your 750 goal, you can do it! :smileyhappy:


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WOW! Just was approved for a $1000 Capital One CC! CreditCrusader I would have never have did the application, if you didnt provide the assistance. Thank you! Thank you! Best wishes to you. :smileyvery-happy:


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WOW! Just was approved for a $1000 Capital One CC! CreditCrusader I would have never have did the application, if you didnt provide the assistance. Thank you! Thank you! Best wishes to you. :smileyvery-happy:


Congrats! That's a pretty awesome starting limit from Cap One. Good luck to you as well! :smileyhappy:

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Congratulations, that is an excellent start!!!


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Congrats!

 

Which Cap One did you get a starting credit limit of $1000.00?


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To check for yourself try the link Capital One pre-qualify. I recieved the Capital One Platinum CC. Now I need one more, probably secured so I can establish a $3000+ credit limit. Good luck Wamcon.:smileywink:


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