04-17-2013 08:40 PM - edited 04-17-2013 08:41 PM
Your siggy shows 6 new accounts in 1 month. I'm not sure I would want to apply for any additional cc's right now. IMO of course.
i was just thinking the same thing.
from the limits chase has given you, it seems that you have already hit the cap for the amount of CL they're willing to extend to you for now. I remember Chase requiring you to transfer CL to meet basic CL requirement for your united card, right? That's a good sign you have hit the cap.
Anymore apps you might get FR or AA. I wouldn't take the risk.
04-17-2013 08:41 PM
04-17-2013 08:44 PM - edited 04-17-2013 08:53 PM
Is there a way to apply for a chase credit card with a cosigner?
I would like to try to get another and just got 2 in the past 2 weeks and know for a fact I wouldn't be approved on my own
If I did apply and was declined could I recon and add the cosigner then to see if it would get us approved?
I don't see anyways on the chase website for another persons information while applying (besides au)
Thanks for the help!
While I am not aware of your overall credit situration , but judging from you sig you have alot of new accounts already. You may want to stop and go to the garden.
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04-17-2013 08:44 PM - edited 04-17-2013 08:45 PM
04-17-2013 08:44 PM
what other card are you trying to get?
i would honestly just wait.......what's the point of getting a low CL card when it's going to cost another HP to get the limits raised again later? Might as well do it all at once with 1 HP.
Also, Chase does SP to monitor your CR. If you already hit the cap with them, and they see something they don't like, there's going to be more issues down the road.
Take the safe route and wait for 3-6 months at least
04-17-2013 08:47 PM
04-17-2013 08:50 PM
04-17-2013 08:55 PM
dont worry too much about it. you got 3k (CSP) + 1k (barclays) + 1k (united) to spend over the next 3 months. I would say that's quite a bit of spending to do as it is.
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