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10-31-2007 01:08 PM
fused wrote:As some of you know by now, Amex and it also seems Discover, are allowing the non super-prime to get their foot in the door. Same with BoA, HSBC, WAMU and even Chase. You don't have to have scores over 700 to get a card with any of these five CCCs. IMO, these are the hardest approvals as a whole by CCCs (why am I doing this).SimmonsPulaski (wonder why, when was the last time anyone posted about Pulaski, same for Simmons)DiscoverAmex, CITI (tie)BoAChaseWouldn't even think of these til Im at least almost 800 club.....except Citi....of course...
10-31-2007 05:48 PM
MidnightVoice wrote:According to WGMC.com, Discover, US Bank and Fleet are the toughies
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