04-13-2008 04:36 AM - edited 04-13-2008 04:37 AM
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Suit would be lawsuit/judgment. Sounds like something listed on the public records section of her report.
jaxstraw wrote: My wife applied for a CC yesterday and was denied online and here is the exact wording given for a denial. We want to send out a reconsideration letter but need to know exactly what these abbreviations mean. We know some ( and they are wrong, that's why the recon letter) but need help so we have our ducks in a row. It said.... EXC OBLIGATIONS IN RELATION TO INCOME DELINQUENT PAST / PRESENT OBLIGATIONS GRNSHMT ATTCHMT FRCLSR REPR OR SUIT The first and second line are obvious and we think the third reads ' garnishment attachment foreclosure , repossession or report or ?? . Message Edited by jaxstraw on 04-13-2008 04:37 AM
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