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Registered: ‎10-28-2007
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Chase Success!!!

Just wanted to stop in and say THANK YOU!!!!!
 
I applied for and was denied a Chase cc; after reading a few posts figured it couldn't hurt to try calling a credit analyst for reconsideration. She asked a couple pointed questions put me on hold and came back saying she can approve me for $1,000 (not high, but good enough to start!!)
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Registered: ‎03-25-2008
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Re: Chase Success!!!

CONGRATS !!!! Ok, now the regular questions. Which card were your approved for? What are your scores? who did they pull? and baddies on your report? All this info helps us/me in our quests to be in your shoes right now... Congrats again.
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Registered: ‎03-25-2007
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Re: Chase Success!!!

well done!
The slide from grace is really more like gliding
And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
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Registered: ‎08-03-2007
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Re: Chase Success!!!

Congrats! Chase seems to have a pretty good recon success rate among members here.
Here we go again...
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Registered: ‎10-10-2007
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Re: Chase Success!!!

 Way to go!!  It's a good thing you didn't take the first "no" for an answer!
FICO: 8/08 - TU 718; EQ 702; EX 733 (Bonafide 700 club member!)
Next goal: 750s across the board!!
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Re: Chase Success!!!

they pulled TU - my score is 667. I have 2 judgements from 05. One is paid in full, the other has a couple hundred dollars left (she asked about those specifically). No baddies since the above. Highest credit line currently reporting on TU is $750 ($0 balance); $500 ($240 balance)and two others are $0 balance $500/$600. I have a CareCredit card (shed asked about that) currently has a balance of $1,200. Explained that this was still in the free financing phase. She asked what I used my credit for; told her I was looking for a card that offered rewards, but my best rewards card is at a $500 limit and it takes sometimes 10 days for payments to clear so i've reverted to using my debit cards. She was realllly friendly put me on hold and approved me for $1,000 and mentioned that this card, after about 6 months of good payment history will have a CLI.
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Re: Chase Success!!!

Congrads.  What card did you apply for?

Starting Score: EQ: 633 (12/31/09) TU: 651 (12/31/09)
Current Score: EQ:633 TU: 651
Goal Score: EQ: 700 TU:700


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Re: Chase Success!!!

Congrats. I have had nothing but good relations with Chase.
04/18/2008 TU 723 EQ 715 EX 746
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