10-29-2012 09:28 AM
I've been going back and forth trying to decide if I should app for Discover... it's the next card I wanted anyway and today I got an "Invitation" in the mail so I said screw it.
I know I have a lot of INC's (14 but only 3 in the past 6 months) but I was getting itchy... so I pulled the trigger and got an instant approval for $1500!
My first no AF card
TU08 - 673
CK - 678
CS - 707
I'm happy. It's a nice addition to the wallet and I can close the Cap1 Secured card next year and skip the $29AF though it's my oldest card and it will hurt my AAoA a little bit at least I wont be paying that AF for a card that I sock drawred when I got the Cap1 CB card ($750 CL - $39AF)
10-29-2012 10:52 AM
10-29-2012 11:14 AM
10-29-2012 11:19 AM
Congrat . When I got discover more 1200 credit limit. Then pay down all credit card below 10% .wait until all report to credit report. Then apply for citi simp. I got approval online 3000 credit limit. I got 20 inquiries that time lol
10-29-2012 02:39 PM
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