02-16-2010 09:57 AM
02-16-2010 10:41 AM
You can always be denied but this looks encouraging.
I suggest that you wait a day or two and call them to ask the status of your application. They will probably tell you what information they need and may even provide a fax number to expedite the process.
02-16-2010 11:33 AM
Thank you for replying. I am trying to rebuild my credit so I have not applied for any new cards in a long time. So I am a little confused about the process.
Credit one is a good rebuilder card. I had that for about 5 years & just closed it in November. They always reported correctly & on time every month. It's good for buying your gas & just remember to PIF before the statement cuts. Or if this is your only card (when you get it) pay your balance in full, & their monthly fee will be the only thing reporting. That fee is added on your statement date & reports something like $6. <-- FICO likes asmall balance showing on 1 card.
I totally understand the rebuilding phase...how do your reports look? Know your EQ & TU FICO's??
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