10-15-2013 01:56 PM - edited 10-15-2013 02:00 PM
Equifax from them was 737, AAOA 4 years, and utilization 1%. 4 cards and new auto loan opened within the last year. 3 inquiries. Initially got the 7-10 day message, then the card arrived about a week and a half later with $13,500 limit.
edited to add limit
10-15-2013 03:17 PM
EQ Score 750.AAoA 8 years, 0 Util. ..very thick file and 55 inq. in the past 2 years. Appoved for 20K...
Wow. How does the $20k limit compare to your other cards?
10-15-2013 03:21 PM
10-15-2013 04:02 PM
Have they been asking for anything for proof of income, like docs sent to them or anything? I know most credit unions have stricter income proof requirements.
They didn't ask me for any docs. I also haven't heard of anybody geting denied for the card - either instant approval or approval after 7-10 day notice.
10-15-2013 04:14 PM
I wouldnt want to step on any gardening toes, but they seem like they dont care about inquiries and give large limits to non-members. Not to mention that we havent seen a denial yet.
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