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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

My EX AAoA is 1 year, I have a baddie from 2006 still showing (collection), and my EX is 677 according to them. What were the reasons for denial, just score and AAoA?

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Mickey11
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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

Yes those both, also they said the analysis of risk associated with customers who have accounts with the creditors in my credit report. Also the amount paid over my bank and retail credit card accounts over the past 12 months is too low <-- that's pretty much verbatim.


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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

I got most of those reasons in October. Only one I've never gotten is the one about others with similar cards. Do you have subprime cards?

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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon


Mickey11 wrote:
Yes those both, also they said the analysis of risk associated with customers who have accounts with the creditors in my credit report. Also the amount paid over my bank and retail credit card accounts over the past 12 months is too low <-- that's pretty much verbatim.

Your denial reasons show a good example of why that it's not just the score that counts.  The type of creditors you have makes a big difference to some lenders and to FICO scoring as well.  My guess is that in combination with your EX report, AMEX internal scoring programs may look for particular names such as First Premier, Credit One, or Orchard, in which case your flagged as a rebuilder.  This raises risk.  I know that FICO scoring doesn't like "note loans" which include personal loans and payday loans.  So in some instances, having an account in good standing and paid in full (depending on type and lender) may do you more harm than good in the long run. 

 

They probably mentioned something about the amount paid on your balances over the last 12 months being to low because the Zync is a charge card, which means payment in full every month, and they could see the potential for you to get into trouble with such a card since you haven't paid down very much on your existing accounts. 

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Mickey11
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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

Yeah I have a OB $300 CL and a Cap 1 No Hassle $500, I knew that Orchard would be the death of me! However I always pay in full, I called the recon number, the lady I spoke to was very nice, said she would look into it for me, 24-48 hr turnaround time. Let us pray!


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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

Hope you get it!

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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon


Mickey11 wrote:
Ok I called! I was so nervous for some reason, stupid AmEx all I want is to become friends with you!

quote of the year.

 

 

 

in other news..... i need to get rid of my orchard card

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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon

i just tried to recon, got denied again because of student loan debt.. when i dont have any!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon


Juan123 wrote:

i just tried to recon, got denied again because of student loan debt.. when i dont have any!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You don't have any but its showing on your report that you do?

 

Red Flag..?

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Re: Denied Zync.....stupid Dungeon


PetRaccoon wrote:

Juan123 wrote:

i just tried to recon, got denied again because of student loan debt.. when i dont have any!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You don't have any but its showing on your report that you do?

 

Red Flag..?


well let me explain, i have student loans totaling about $2000... its not in repayment yet since im still in school. thats what i meant >_<


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