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Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

I opened my mailbox to see preselected offer from Matrix.. Finally all my hardwork has paid off and my life is successful.

An offer from prestigious MATRIX discover with opening line that says A second chance if you have less than perfect credit. They know me sooo well. Man I love these people .... NOT.. 

 

I have an AMEX BCE (PC from Delta Gold) and was approved for a chase Freedom last week, I had a EX 770 FICO when I applied for AMEX in Feb and AAoA of 1.1 years. A Credit sesame rating of excellent but these people think I need their card.. Unbelievable.... 

I am goanna burn this pre approval.. I am not goanna give it the status of shredded. 

 

EX FICO - 770 (Lender pull - AMEX) Feb '13
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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

NO no please don't burn it .....Please please.... It ain't mine, but I ll super impose my name on top of your name and show it to my Dad.

How mcuh do you want for it?



"Its your AAoA, Sir. It seems, Sir, that it is so short that i dont think it would hurt for it to get a little shorter"
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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

Matrix...that's funny. If only Fingerhut would leave me alone! 😒
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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

Get a matrix, add a first premier and you will have a real fee portfolio going.

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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

Enclose the shredded app in the prepaid envelope and send it back. I hate these bastards!
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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

Yup send it back the them!

That card is hilarious!



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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

I actually got the pre-approval thing from them on Saturday.  It didn't last long, though.  Went to the shredder pretty quickly.

 

 

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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL


dddewdrop wrote:

Get a matrix, add a first premier and you will have a real fee portfolio going.


Also add CreditOne to it.

 

Sit back and enjoy after all 3 reported to the CRs and see what Amex will do. Chances are: nothing if you maintain good credit. Smiley Very Happy

2013 Approvals: Discover IT - 3/1, Amex BCE - 3/4, CSP - 5/4, Barclay Ring - 6/12, BoA Privileges Cash - 6/27, Citi TY Preferred - 8/6, OCCU Duck - 11/4, USBank (Cash+) - 11/22, Wells Fargo - 12/21, Nordstrom - 12/29

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Re: Finally an pre approval from MATRIX... LOL

How often fico gets updated? reason I ask because I did a auto refi and my credit report is reporting two auto loans however I received a alert on one of the auto loan showing zero balance but score still the same.

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