11-13-2008 11:17 AM
I am looking to apply for a couple of new credit card with higher limits. I have just two credit cards. One is Orchard bank- limit is $500, and the other is Plains Commerce Bank-limit is 1400. I would like a card with a limit of maybe 3k-7k. I have no bks and have paid on time for the past 3 years.
my scores are 668, 679, 688. What are some cards that will give me a chance? Who will most likely approve me? Any help woul be much appreciated.
Thanks in Advance!
11-13-2008 11:32 AM
Do you have any derogs on any CRs?
Amex, BOA Platinum Plus Visa, and maybe Discover if you get your scores up a little bit seem like good candidates.
11-13-2008 04:19 PM
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