08-28-2012 11:40 AM
Has anyone applied for the CareOne card for a medical procedure? What was the score needed to be approved?
08-28-2012 12:01 PM
I applied in July and was approved for $6100. My scores were hovering around the mid 600s. I can't remember if they pulled EQ or TU. But it was one or the other.
08-28-2012 12:24 PM
Thanks. I going to apply in the next couple of months. I want to get to about 50 more points on more score first.
08-28-2012 12:53 PM - edited 08-28-2012 12:54 PM
I just got it earlier this month, my scores were high 600's. I asked for 4K got 3K. Going to have dental work soon. Pulled TU.
08-28-2012 01:14 PM
i applied this month with credit scores in the low 600's like 620 to 630 and i applied online. Was approved for $1200. The approval said i could apply for more if needed after 48 hours. I called a few days later and spoke to a person and i told them i would like a higher credit line. He asked what i wanted, i told him i would like it up to $3000. He put me on homd for like 30 seconds, came back and said my credit limit was now $3000 so i feel you have a great shot at a decent amount.
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