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Re: Credit cards you just can't seem to "crack"

I remember getting my Wells Fargo unsecured card when I was 18 and didn't even have a social security number lol. However they are conservative now after the crisis.

On the side note: Wells Fargo is pilot testing some new cards. Some customers are getting invitations to pilot test the program. No exact details on rewards structure but its going to be a visa signature card. Currently Wells Fargo signature Visa cards are by invitation only through their advisors.
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Yeh i wont hold my breath lol!! I might just suffocate. But whoever g4ts on that testrun Good Luck!

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I had a sour experience with WF in April. Still have my personal and business checking/savings with them and a couple of investment accounts with them. Eventually will close my personal savings/checkings and maybe still leave the business accounts with them a little longer. Going to apply for their business credit card towards the end of this year and that will determine if i keep them open.

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enharu wrote:
I remember getting my Wells Fargo unsecured card when I was 18 and didn't even have a social security number lol. However they are conservative now after the crisis.

On the side note: Wells Fargo is pilot testing some new cards. Some customers are getting invitations to pilot test the program. No exact details on rewards structure but its going to be a visa signature card. Currently Wells Fargo signature Visa cards are by invitation only through their advisors.

you may have a good chance at being those lucky ones enharu...Smiley Happy

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Nothing yet. I'm still waiting for my first denial.
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CreditScholar wrote:
Nothing yet. I'm still waiting for my first denial.

haha! you are one of the very lucky ones here Scholar...Smiley Happy

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CreditScholar wrote:
Nothing yet. I'm still waiting for my first denial.

You're denied!

 

I wish I had your scores Smiley Wink

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I probably just jinxed myself and the next time I apply for something, it will come back saying DENIED!
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Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature - $12,700 CL || Chase United MileagePlus Club World Elite MasterCard - $26,500 CL
Citibank Hilton Reserve Visa Signature - $20,000 CL || J.P. Morgan Ritz Carlton Visa Signature - $23,500 CL
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CreditScholar wrote:
I probably just jinxed myself and the next time I apply for something, it will come back saying DENIED!

meh...just knock on some wood and you will be alright...lol

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Mine are AMEX and the salliemae MC!

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