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Re: Help me decide on how to improve my credit?? What new card should I apply for?

It sounds like the INQs that you listed are all from EQ. I would recommend getting a copy of all three of your CRs and see how many INQs you have. Remember - INQs that are older than 1 yr do not count against your fico scoring. 


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Current: EQ 711 7/13/14; EX 724 TU 721 6/19/14
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Re: Help me decide on how to improve my credit?? What new card should I apply for?


Omnipotent wrote:

Also, unless you plan on doing BT, I would stay away from the Slate and instead get a Freedom and/or CSP. Freedom at least. 


I don't know if the OP's chances of approval for a CSP is good considering her scores and the CLs on her other TLs. Maybe the Freedom. 


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Current: EQ 711 7/13/14; EX 724 TU 721 6/19/14
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