05-12-2008 12:16 PM
05-12-2008 12:40 PM
05-12-2008 01:30 PM
Creditaddict wrote:Since this was a joint account and she closed it but you are trying to re-open it, they are going to assume she wants it closed and won't re-open it. You could probably apply for a new account with just you and be considered off good history with other account.
05-13-2008 05:19 AM
Creditaddict wrote:Since this was a joint account and she closed it but you are trying to re-open it, they are going to assume she wants it closed and won't re-open it. You could probably apply for a new account with just you and be considered off good history with other account.That's what I figured. The history was perfect. I'm trying to avoid the hard inquiry. I would have thought that the main account holder would have to give permission to close an account.
05-13-2008 06:12 AM
Another reason not to go joint...
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