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Sorry, another one of these threads I know..but I need the advice!

 

Inquiries: EX 7 EQ 8 TU 1

 

1 in the last 6 months on EX (2/2014)

 

Income. Will probably list 60k. Not sure how much this matters as my friend got a 12k CSP on 12k income. Though his internal score is probably very high.

 

All major derogs will be gone by February 2015. Only thing left will be 2 30 day lates and 1 60 day. Paid collection falling off this month (TU) and already off EX and EQ.

 

I want to get a high starting limit, and then reallocate it after a year to my Freedom, or Freedom and my Amazon, if I decide to keep it. Basically doing it for sign up bonus.

 

Thoughts?

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Shock wrote:

Sorry, another one of these threads I know..but I need the advice!

 

Inquiries: EX 7 EQ 8 TU 1

 

1 in the last 6 months on EX (2/2014)

 

Income. Will probably list 60k. Not sure how much this matters as my friend got a 12k CSP on 12k income. Though his internal score is probably very high.

 

All major derogs will be gone by February 2015. Only thing left will be 2 30 day lates and 1 60 day. Paid collection falling off this month (TU) and already off EX and EQ.

 

I want to get a high starting limit, and then reallocate it after a year to my Freedom, or Freedom and my Amazon, if I decide to keep it. Basically doing it for sign up bonus.

 

Thoughts?


80%+ since your current cardholder

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Creditaddict wrote:

80%+ since your current cardholder


You think it's that high? Is this percentage for instant approval or recon? My income is going to be a little exaggerated. Will this matter if I have to recon? 

 

I want to wait until my AMEX reports the updated CL and until the quarter is over. I'm going to be milking the 5% on restaurants where a good portion of my spends go!

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I think you have a good chance. Chase takes existing relationship into account and in my experience their AF cards have been easier for approval than non-AF.
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What do you mean by exaggerated income?
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Shock wrote:

Sorry, another one of these threads I know..but I need the advice!

 

Inquiries: EX 7 EQ 8 TU 1

 

1 in the last 6 months on EX (2/2014)

 

Income. Will probably list 60k. Not sure how much this matters as my friend got a 12k CSP on 12k income. Though his internal score is probably very high.

 

All major derogs will be gone by February 2015. Only thing left will be 2 30 day lates and 1 60 day. Paid collection falling off this month (TU) and already off EX and EQ.

 

I want to get a high starting limit, and then reallocate it after a year to my Freedom, or Freedom and my Amazon, if I decide to keep it. Basically doing it for sign up bonus.

 

Thoughts?


Based on your profile, I, too, think that you have a pretty good chance.  However, what's your actual income?  Don't exaggerate about your income just to be approved for the card if your income is not $60k, because that's straight up lying.  It doesn't matter if your friend got approved for $12k w/ 12k income, that's your friend..not you. 

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Shock wrote:

Creditaddict wrote:

80%+ since your current cardholder


You think it's that high? Is this percentage for instant approval or recon? My income is going to be a little exaggerated. Will this matter if I have to recon? 

 

I want to wait until my AMEX reports the updated CL and until the quarter is over. I'm going to be milking the 5% on restaurants where a good portion of my spends go!


Do you mine elaborating?

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As in...I will put 60k, but on my Freedom app, I put 40k

 


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   Do you mine elaborating?




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B335is wrote:
I think you have a good chance. Chase takes existing relationship into account and in my experience their AF cards have been easier for approval than non-AF.

So you think I have a good chance, but it's going to be harder because the CSP has an annuel fee?

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Thank you for the responses. Do my scores and inquiries look okay?

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