06-01-2013 04:04 PM
Ok so here is the update! I called recon number and spoke to analyst and explained the inquiries and she sent up to recommend approval for 2500.00 (ill take it to get in) and I just have to call a number Monday for verification information. I asked if I needed anything to have ready for them and she said its just questions, nothing needed. No SP or HP just recent app!! Ill update Monday but hopefully everything is a go!!
06-01-2013 04:05 PM
what credit score do you need to have to get an approval its not for me its for my wife.
Chase have been double / triple pulling quite often these days.
Usually its EX + EQ / TU, or all 3.
Scores wise I would say 650-660 and up at the very least, but they do look at the whole report, not just the score. People can and do get declined even with 740+.
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