12-31-2007 09:23 AM
I hit the 'luv button' about 10 minutes ago and.....got the 7-10 days message. Oh well, we'll see!Not to sound pessimistic...but with Amex the 7-10 days message usually means it's a no-go.How much did you ask for?
12-31-2007 10:06 AM
01-02-2008 08:17 PM
01-02-2008 08:27 PM
There are too many personal finance accounts on your credit report. [Experian, Equifax] - would that be student loans or credit cards???To be honest I have never heard the above statement on any of my reports....So if we can deduce heremy accounts includea auto loan, credit cards, charge cards, student loans, and 3 private loans that are student loansHelpI think that it could include private loans that are not stafford these would be privately funded and I can see that they are a personal finance accountsDo you have any others what about loan at banks do you have that one then throw it in and figure out which ones could possibly apply to the "personal finance account"let me know...this is something that I am not familiar with...
01-03-2008 03:44 PM
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