Reply
Senior Contributor
Posts: 4,266
Registered: ‎05-01-2008
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012


FREEMASON8040 wrote:

First time in the garden.

Well i have two capital one card (cash reward and secured)

With the advice of many im going to garden take some negatives off and pay some collections.

But should i get another anouther secured card with my credit union (MCU) and i will graduate after a year.

And no credit check so no hard pull.

 


Greetings FREEMASON!

 

That would probably be a good idea.  Not sure how long your history is with your CU, but i have found that CU's are great!  They are more forgiving of past baddies, and their rates are much more attractive than any banks offer...especially for those in the repair phase of their credit.  I have Navy Federal and after about 18 mos with them, I also got a great rate on a truck loan.  It was impossible going to get fire wood in a convertible with a trunk the size of a pea pod!

 

Who are your collections with?  Some are very GW friendly!  :smileyhappy:



Starting Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Current Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Goal Score: 850

Bury me in the garden...last app 12.19.14

Regular Contributor
Posts: 199
Registered: ‎12-11-2009
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012

Well I did not last long this first try in the garden! However, I discovered that I was eligible for membership with NFCU so I Went ahead and joined! I have heard so many great things about them that I had to join! But I am going to try this again!! Day 1...and counting!
Cards: AMEX Zync NPSL, AMEX BCE, NFCU LOC $15K, NFCU Visa Signature cashRewards $14K, NFCU Flagship Visa Signature $14K, USAA Platinum M/C $3.5K, USAA AMEX $2K, Capital One Cash Rewards $3.5K, WalMart $10K, Lowes $10K, Home Depot $8250, Amazon $4K, Discover IT $1K

Starting Score: EX: 570 EQ: 520 TU 602
Current Score: AMEX EX:717 MyFico EQ 688 Walmart TU 749 MyFico TU 740
Goal Score: 750+ across the board


Take the FICO Fitness Challenge
Senior Contributor
Posts: 4,266
Registered: ‎05-01-2008
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012


tcbofade wrote:

Good afternoon, boys and girls.

 

Day 36 in the garden...no preapprovals in todays mail.  :smileytongue:


I did the permanent "opt out" thing.  I didn't even want outsiders doing soft inq's on me!!  That ended all the pre approvals coming to the mailbox too.  Once I learned how to find the right cards here...then I chose where to app and who saw what.

 

For anyone interested: The online form works for 5 years...the mail in one is permanent. https://www.optoutprescreen.com/?rf=t



Starting Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Current Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Goal Score: 850

Bury me in the garden...last app 12.19.14

Valued Contributor
Posts: 2,663
Registered: ‎09-26-2011
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012

Frankly, I'm not a bit interested in opting out...

 

I'm stuck in sub prime ville and am trying to exercise some self restraint and patience...(no inq's...) waiting for pre approvals to arrive.

 

In truckloads.

 

:smileytongue:



Current Scores: EX 671 (FCR) TU08: 649 Wally. 03/02/2015.

Zero percent financing is where the devil lives...
Established Member
Posts: 25
Registered: ‎06-05-2012
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012

Well collections is NCA which was hsbc bestbuy.

Hsbc deleted the charge off.

Capital One collection unpaid judgement going to pay it in the fall.

 

Im going to take the secured card with the credit union (mcu) next month build a relationship with them. There secured card is 11% compared to 23% with capital one.

But I,m not going to close my capital one dont want to hurt my util. 

Mega Contributor
Posts: 15,442
Registered: ‎04-09-2011
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012

I don't like this regular shovel.........

 

:smileymad:

 

 




Silver Spade Garden Club Member - Last App 12/16/13 - Looking for a clean slate NO INQ's / Diamond Inspired!
Starting Score:
EX (PLUS) 583 EQ FICO 565 TU FICO 590 3/15/2011 / Goal Scores: 720
Current Score: EX FICO (PSECU) 671 (myFICO) N/A / EQ FICO 679 / TU08 FICO 678 / TU VS 706 3/6/2014
Senior Contributor
Posts: 4,266
Registered: ‎05-01-2008
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012


FREEMASON8040 wrote:

Well collections is NCA which was hsbc bestbuy.

Hsbc deleted the charge off.

Capital One collection unpaid judgement going to pay it in the fall.

 

Im going to take the secured card with the credit union (mcu) next month build a relationship with them. There secured card is 11% compared to 23% with capital one.

But I,m not going to close my capital one dont want to hurt my util. 


Is this the same card?  Usually when they go to collections they have already changed the status to CO.  My Cap 1 card was CO'd & closed, but I paid them in full & they dropped it off my reports almost 1 year early!



Starting Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Current Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Goal Score: 850

Bury me in the garden...last app 12.19.14

Senior Contributor
Posts: 4,266
Registered: ‎05-01-2008
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012


LS2982 wrote:

I don't like this regular shovel.........

 

:smileymad:

 



I hear ya....mine is Brown.  I don't believe that is even an official "Garden Club" color :smileysad:



Starting Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Current Score: 02/2015 TU 709 - EQ 676 - EX 729
Goal Score: 850

Bury me in the garden...last app 12.19.14

Mega Contributor
Posts: 15,442
Registered: ‎04-09-2011
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012

Is getting in with Chase too much now that i've gotten in with PSECU? I think it's a bit much but it's a want i've been wanting for awhile :smileyhappy:

 

If I do go for it, possible AA??

 

Help me out guys, no matter what after today i'm in the garden for a minimum year or longer.




Silver Spade Garden Club Member - Last App 12/16/13 - Looking for a clean slate NO INQ's / Diamond Inspired!
Starting Score:
EX (PLUS) 583 EQ FICO 565 TU FICO 590 3/15/2011 / Goal Scores: 720
Current Score: EX FICO (PSECU) 671 (myFICO) N/A / EQ FICO 679 / TU08 FICO 678 / TU VS 706 3/6/2014
Valued Contributor
Posts: 1,142
Registered: ‎09-01-2011
0

Re: Garden Club Meeting - July 2012


LS2982 wrote:

Is getting in with Chase too much now that i've gotten in with PSECU? I think it's a bit much but it's a want i've been wanting for awhile :smileyhappy:

 

If I do go for it, possible AA??

 

Help me out guys, no matter what after today i'm in the garden for a minimum year or longer.


LS, wait at least until your shiny new PSECU card is solidly on your CRs displaying that awesome credit limit for at least 6 months so that Chase won't give you a toy limit.  You want Chase to out-do PSECU, not Barclays!  



Husband's Current Score: EX 691 CUSC; EQ 694; TU 687; Mine: EX 773 (AMEX); EQ 720; TU 750
Wallet Contents: SECURED: Capital One Platinum Mastercard, US Bank Harley Davidson Visa, USAA Bank American Express;
UNSECURED: Chase Freedom; USAA Cash Rewards World Mastercard, Discover More, CUSC Platinum Rewards Visa, American Express Zinc, American Express Blue Cash Preferred, Amazon Card, Walmart Discover Card

Copyright ©2001-2015 Fair Isaac Corporation. All rights reserved.   | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Sitemap

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: All FICO® Score products made available on myFICO.com include a FICO® Score 8, along with additional FICO® Score versions based on Experian or Equifax data (additional FICO® Score versions based on TransUnion data are not currently available on myFICO.com). Your lender or insurer may use a different FICO® Score than the versions you receive from myFICO, or another type of credit score altogether. Learn more

FICO, myFICO, Score Watch, The score lenders use, and The Score That Matters are trademarks or registered trademarks of Fair Isaac Corporation. Equifax Credit Report is a trademark of Equifax, Inc. and its affiliated companies. Many factors affect your FICO Score and the interest rates you may receive. Fair Isaac is not a credit repair organization as defined under federal or state law, including the Credit Repair Organizations Act. Fair Isaac does not provide "credit repair" services or advice or assistance regarding "rebuilding" or "improving" your credit record, credit history or credit rating. FTC's website on credit.