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08-22-2011 09:17 PM
I HEAR THAT YOU HAVE TO HAVE FAIR SCORES TO GET THIS CARD? MY FICO SCORE IS 648.....AND I HAVE A PAID JUDGMENT ON MY REPORT WHAT DO YOU THINK MY CHANCES ARE? ANYONE HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE WITH THE SLATE CARD? THANKS!
08-23-2011 08:51 AM
08-23-2011 12:28 PM
I have a slate.... limit is 400. Was originally 1k but i had credit dipping into the 500's at one point and they reduced it. Hoping they will give me a CLI in 6 months.
08-23-2011 12:46 PM
I would stay far away from Chase with a Judgement.
if that 648 is TU, look at Barclay, you will probably be declined online but call into back door number and you might be able to talk about the judgement and get an approval.
08-23-2011 06:56 PM
I was approved for Barclays with a paid judgement and a TU around 630. All other baddies were more than 3.5 years old.
08-28-2011 08:35 PM
does any one no what credit report chase pulls in florida,I seen the chase slate visa for fair,good,and excellent credit,
myfico trans score is 689,one baddie
myfico eq score is 676,2 baddies one to fall off netx month
experian score from credit report .com is 721 no baddies clean record,
do i have a chance or should i save the inquire,
or do you no of another card that may take me,any input please
09-19-2011 10:10 AM
Hi there, I applied for a Chase Slate Visa card at the end of august and was denied due to 1 unsatisfied judgment. However, when I received the denial letter, I called and was able to get an approval. Initial credit limit given was $3,500. This is my highest limit card that I currently have. My FICO scores typically run between 680 - 720. If you really need the credit line, I would say give it a try. You may get a denial via the instant online approval, but when you get your letter just call them within 30 days and you should be OK if everything else is clean and your scores are north of 675. Chase appears to be loosing up a bit these days.
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Chase Slate Visa - $3,500
Cap1 Cash MasterCard - $3,000
Cap1 VentureOne Visa - $3,000
Cap1 Platinum MasterCard - $1,250
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