12-09-2012 09:30 PM
So after doing some heavy readings on the forum and seeing enough people have success getting CSP's with an old bk reporting I gave it a go.
Got the 7-10 day so I'm gonna check the automated tomorrow and see if I had any luck. If not I'm definitely going to recon. My bk is 9 years old now and I've got a solid payment history since then. Latest EX and TU were 685-695. I'll keep everybody posted.
My wallet was feeling very light so I thought a little metal might solve the problem
12-09-2012 09:34 PM
Good luck man.... That is still six months away for me, but I hope you get approved with a big fat CL!
12-09-2012 09:38 PM
Good luck hopefully they just need to verify some info - if not good luck with the recon. Hope for the best.
Starting: 563 | Current: 753 (Walmart TU 11/12) | Goal: 800 | Garden since: 01/15/2013
12-09-2012 09:54 PM
The one card im dying to get. I got approved for the freedom on thanksgiving and decided not to press my luck and go for the CSP. Instead ill wait until the last baddie falls off in 5 mos then give it a go. I already have a 5k tradeline.
12-10-2012 08:33 AM
Good luck! The CSP is on my hitlist.
Me too, but wayyyyyy after I get my BCE.
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