12-16-2012 09:56 AM
No it shows total 21 Inqs only had 11 or 12
Doesn't matter how many auto inquiries so long as they all fall within a short time frame. You did keep it in a tight window, right?.
Because the chicks dig it when I throw down the card to the waiter and...it comes in handy if I'm short on cash until payday and need a short spot. AMEX gets the booty, and that's important when you're a Pirate.
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12-16-2012 06:08 PM
Hello I went to Chevy dealer and he run my credit 10 times from banks and thats 10 Inqs I didn't want that but what am I gonna do I got a 16k auto loan from Santander 24.9 I know its a high apr gonna pay it for a 1 year get good auto credit then trade it in cheap payment of $493 only $500 down but I wanted know cause my bofa secured card gets reviewed on Feb-2013 and they might decline me know for having total of 21 Inqs and my capital one got a CLI from $300 To $500 Limt from credit steps so that's was a plus there and my Macy's I wanted to ask for a CLI But my score went down alot 549 so just gonna wait intill they age and let me other cards age
Sounds like you have a nice plan. Just a word of caution, as a previous Santander victim, keep records of all transactions, pay online through your bank if you can and track your payment. They have a habit of placing inaccurate information on your credit report and charging you for mysterious fees. Just a word of caution!
12-16-2012 07:50 PM
When you apply for a car or for a mortgage, where the dealership or mortgage company is shopping around for rates, the inquiries will considered by credit card companies as one inquiry even though each company will be individually listed, provided that they happen within a short period of time, since it is for one purpose, in your case, buying a car.
12-16-2012 10:30 PM
12-17-2012 04:16 AM
I agree with PRC. Keep all of your santander records.... I had a bad experience with santander buying up a paid off account and then reporting it inaccurately as a recent chargeoff. Lucky for me; my mortgage broker went to battle with them and agreed to delete the tradeline and I even got an apology in the letter they sent.
I'd be weary of a forgien bank. Santander is mainly based in Spain :/
12-17-2012 07:05 AM
Good luck with your plan and stay focused...don't miss a payment with Santander at all and refinance after a year or so...I been battling them for a few years now and yeah I thank them for giving me credit when my credit was short but dem are some evil people...
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