10-12-2011 05:08 PM
Last week I was notified by scorewatch that my FICO had increased. I logged in immediately and to my surprise my score jumped from 620 to 668. Initially I was going to garden a few more months, but I thought to myself "What the hell, this is what you been working for." Earlier this week I apped for the USAA cash rewards visa and was approved for 3k. Then after years of trying to get my foot in the door with Discover, I was finally accepted today! Just approved for the Discover More card, interest rate and CL is not the best but Im ok with it. It was a long, tough road for me rebuilding my credit, but I am now able to reap the benefits. Who is happy? THIS GUY!!!
10-12-2011 05:26 PM
A big congrats to you! It feels great doesn't it?
10-12-2011 05:28 PM
Your news is SO encouraging! It helps the rest of us who are still doing the hard work know that one day it will be worth it all.
10-12-2011 05:58 PM
Congrats to you Unlucky...it definitely appears as though your luck has changed.
As another poster posted...this is a great motivator for the rest of us who are rebuilding!
10-12-2011 09:42 PM
10-13-2011 05:56 AM
That's awesome. Congrats! So can we assume that you have no baddies on any of your reports?
I do have a few baddies left on my reports. I have a BOA charge off and two paid collections from a cable company showing, all due to drop off 8/12. I also have two 30 day lates showing from a car loan three years ago and on TU, EX only I have a paid judgement showing (from BOA charge off) due to drop 9/15. USAA only pulled EQ, but I received a secured Amex with them in June so that probably factored into getting the CC with them. I have no idea how I was approved for the Discover, maybe because my baddies are really old, Discover pulled EQ and TU. In 2006 my FICO was 490, now im sitting at 668, knocking at 700's door!!
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