03-19-2013 11:23 PM
The garden is to quite im calling it a night.
Everyone stay strong, remember why you came to the garden and continue to work your plan
03-19-2013 11:29 PM
Good night myjourney! See ya here tomorrow.
03-19-2013 11:53 PM - edited 03-19-2013 11:54 PM
It is time for me to join the garden club. Some info on my profile/history:
I just applied for the following:
Gap approved for 250
Chevron approved for 950
Barclays ring denied
Barclays CLI approved on one account for 3600 to 5610
Barclays CLI denied for second account stuck at 3180
Partners FCU approved for CLI from 5000 to 13000
Amazon approved for CLI from 3600 to 7000
Walmart denied CLI
SCEFCU CLI request
CapOne EO request for CLI and lower interest
Below is my history.
Ch7 BK discharged 3/2009
EX: 9/12: 657
EQ: 10/11:650 10/12:641 3/13: 684
TU: 10/11:675 10/12:667 3/13: 691
Bloomingdale's store (10/99):
2,500, 4,400 11/12
CapOne #1&2 (1/10):
1,500, 5,000 10/12 (each)
Alliant rewards (8/10):
2,000, 4,000 9/10
Barclays Apple (10/11):
1,290, 3,000 10/11, 3,600 9/12, 5,610 3/13 | Barclays iTunes (10/11): 490 10/11, 1,800 9/12, 3,180 11/12
Amazon store (8/12):
900, 1,800 9/12, 3,600 11/12, 7,000 3/13 | Walmart store (9/12): 900 9/12, 1,800 11/12, 3,600 1/13
Gap (3/13): 250
Chevron (3/13): 950
5,000, 13,000 3/13
SCEFCU Visa (9/12): 5,000 | SCEFCU auto (9/12): 22,000 3.9%
Time to garden for at least 6 months!
03-20-2013 12:07 AM
03-20-2013 12:11 AM
Thanks for the feedback
I call the credit analyst number and pleaded my case to no avail. Should I try to recon again when I get the denial letter?
03-20-2013 03:28 AM
I pressed the LUV button for Walmart CLI and after I entered income info it said something like "this account is not eligible for an online CLI. I have had the account 2 months. I guess I am going to wait til month 4 and call... I am in the garden now. I started my credit rebuild journey 2 months ago. Although I have established 2 new positive tradelines, filed form 12277 with the irs, tried back and forth in several ways to get my other baddy removed both with the CRAs and the creditor, my scores have not improved at all yet. That is ok though because I know that having 2 healthy tradelines building will eventually get me to the promised land. I have burned a few inquires with unsuccessful aps but I don't regret that. It is just part of the process and my scores will recover from that relatively soon. I know that having 2 new accounts isn't great for my score in the short term, but in the mid term I went from 0 credit accounts active to 2 and I am confident that over time my scores will improve.
The other thing I accomplished is that I now receive 2 free fico scores per month. One from DCU and one from Walmart. My scores are still very low. I knew it would be a long process so I am choosing to just be patient. I am still at TU08 519 and EQ Beacon 625, but my federal lien should come off either from being withdrawn or from reaching the 7 year limit August this year. One of my credit reports says o the report that my lien is scheduled to drop off 8/13. My most recent late paym. ents are over 3 years old and I continue to slowly add positive info to my reports. I need to stay in the garden long enough for my scores to make a significant move, say 50 pts to get me to that next level of cards.....
03-20-2013 05:37 AM
This is exactly how I feel this AM.
LOL!! I'm right there with you!
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