06-21-2013 01:09 PM
unfortunately I was decline because they said I had a high balance 2 credit cards... after all the questions they ask me I thought they we're going to approve me...... those two credit cards they mention already been paid looks like did not update on time
Sorry to hear that. If you are willing to take another hard pull you can wait till they update the credit reports. Also you can recon again and offer them to send in a copy showing the accounts are paid in full and waiting to update. I would also see if any report other than the one they pulled has reported.I know for me Transunion is almost always the last credit report to update. Good Luck and keep us posted!
06-21-2013 05:02 PM
06-21-2013 05:04 PM
After calling 3 times to the recon department I was able to get of approved for 5000 . last night I called them they said no this morning I called and now I call again and I will manage to do it..never give up works
Did they indicate why they changed their mind after refusing to do it 3 times in a row?
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