11-15-2008 09:09 PM - edited 11-15-2008 09:11 PM
I went on an app spree back in August. I applied for the Sea Miles card from Juniper, and was denied. I had:
TU 675 Fico:
Util @ 18%
IQ @ 8 (1year)
IQ @ 4 (3 months old)(4 total for the past year)
5 new accounts (3 months old)
All baddies are from 2002. What are my chances of getting a card from Juniper this time around? I have been lurking around their site but have been hesitant to app again.
11-15-2008 09:16 PM
11-15-2008 09:35 PM
Nothing special, heres a rundown.
Macys $300 initial, CLI to $600.
Target $200 initial, CLI to $500
CAP1 $300 Waste of an IQ x3. POS "credit steps" dead end card. I will never apply for anything form them again
GEMB Chevron/Texaco $400 CL
Hooters $1500 CL. I think maybe because I have an established relation with Merrick. 2 year old visa @ $2000
Apped for these over a 3 day period.
11-16-2008 06:13 AM
Juniper hates new accounts more than anything in the world.
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