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Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

Anyone know the easiest Visa Signature's to get approved for?  In the process of rebuilding..  Possible with baddies?

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

Why signature matter?

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved


Creditaddict wrote:

Why signature matter?


Better benefits/perks than a regular Visa?  

 

OP, I have a BK7 on record and have 3 Visa Signature cards:  

 

Chase United MileagePlus Club

BMW 

Nordstrom

 

None were particularly easy to get, but you had to build up some trust with BMW and Nordstrom before you could convert to Siggy.  United I was able to get upon recon.  

 

 

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SeattleSuperBowlChampions wrote:

Anyone know the easiest Visa Signature's to get approved for?  In the process of rebuilding..  Possible with baddies?


As long as you're able to obtain a 5K CL, you'll get a VISA Sig. 

The easiest? That's not an easy question to answer. 



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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

branded cards, like Chase Southwest for exampe?

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

I had heard this as well, but other people have disputed the need for a $5000 limit on another card.  They claim by personal experience.

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

I received the Chase United Explorer Signature card with a $5,000 CL when my current highest limit was only $1,000.  I do have a long banking relationship with Chase however.

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved

How about what the easiest/best path is to ultimately get a Visa signature with average credit?

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Built2last wrote:

I received the Chase United Explorer Signature card with a $5,000 CL when my current highest limit was only $1,000.  I do have a long banking relationship with Chase however.


How long did your Explorer card reached your home after you got approved?? Did it took like 10-15 days?

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Re: Easiest Visa Signature to get approved


SeattleSuperBowlChampions wrote:

How about what the easiest/best path is to ultimately get a Visa signature with average credit?


I have read you need a 5k limit showing on your report for at lease 3 yrs! ( I'm not saying that's the case  ) but it helps

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