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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

It's only 1 pull. I got 4 loan products from them with the 1 pull.

Amex Platinum | Amex Zync | Penfed Plat Rewards | Discover IT | Bank Of America Cash Rewards

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I am gonna try CSP and Discover this year..already applied too!

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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

My desires are few:

 

  • Amex Green
  • Southwest Rewards
  • ABCO (Credit Union)

 

Easy breezy!  I won't app until after my score goes up and my mortgage is approved! 

Amex Green Amex Gold Delta Rewards Discover IT CU Rewards Visa Closed on my new home 5/2013!

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Since i decided to apply for a AMEX Green Charge Card and was approved, my goals have changed for 2013...

 

 

I will be in the garden, and work on obtaining credit limit increases and my BofA card should be graduating in 2013 and hopefully they give me an increase and i wanna talk them into removing my annual fee.

 

I also hope to build a good relationship with Amex to i can get a BCE later on at the end of 2013 or begining of 2014. Smiley Very Happy

Discover IT TU Score: 739 as of 4/20/14 | TU Score as of 1/5/14 - 710 | EQ Score as of 1/5/14 - 748 | Ex Score as of 1/5/14 - 728

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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

Have:

 

Chase Freedom: 5000

Citi ThankYou: 5000

Walmart Discover: 2000

CapOne: 750

Amex Gold: 2000

 

Want:

 

AMEX Blue Cash Everyday

Discover IT

 

Will be in the garden till next Fall, had a great end of year app spree.

Walmart TU Score 740
Chase Freedom($5000); CitiThankYou Preferred($5000); GEWM Discover($3500); Walmart Store($1300); AMEX Gold; AMEX BCE($6000); GE Discount Tire($1500); Mor Furniture ($4700);Cap1($750)
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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

Don't want anything now.    Probably will want to add someting in the fall, but don't know what.   I might open a store card, if there is a good 0% deffered deal for a major purchase.

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Re: Goal cards for 2013??


linux007969 wrote:

Since i decided to apply for a AMEX Green Charge Card and was approved, my goals have changed for 2013...

 

 

I will be in the garden, and work on obtaining credit limit increases and my BofA card should be graduating in 2013 and hopefully they give me an increase and i wanna talk them into removing my annual fee.

 

I also hope to build a good relationship with Amex to i can get a BCE later on at the end of 2013 or begining of 2014. Smiley Very Happy


Congrats on the AMEX approval. I'm jealous!

Scores 5/13/2014: TU FICO: 639 | EQ FICO: 645| EX AMEX FICO: TBD

In my new wallet: American Express Green EMV: PSL $2000 | BankAmericard Cash Rewards Visa EMV: $2500 | BarclayCard Rewards Average: $2000 | Travelocity Rewards AMEX: $1050 | Discover IT: $2500 | Amazon Rewards Visa: $1500 | Chase Freedom: $1500 | Sportsman's Guide Visa: $3000 | Capital One QuicksilverOne MasterCard: $1600 | Target: $700 | J.Crew $9950
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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

CSP

Cash +

Fidelity AMEX

 

...nuff said.

Fico Scores: . Walmart TU 748 . Garden 8/19 2014 .

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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

Gardening until 4/2013 when my BCE hits one year. Then I'll app for Amex HHonors (backdate to 4/12 if I understand correctly).  Might PC BCE to BCP (would like better interest rate tier), And' then a PC from Discover Open Road to IT and ask for CLI.  Request two CLI's from Chase (Freedom and MRP).  That's it for the year.  Most focus will be given to gardening.  Max 5 HP's and that number will drop off for no net increase in INQ's.

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Re: Goal cards for 2013??

The cards I would like to get in 2013 is

1. Another american express have a blue now.

2 Discover

3. Usaa

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