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DI wrote:
Thank goodness a person's personality isn't factored in credit decisions.  There would be many declines.

 

You really tickled my ribs with that one! +1
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usmc58555 wrote:
I have no control over annomalys.

 

Reasonable thinking would differ with that story.

 

But granted at the same time I am sure we do not have all the facts in that approval.

Was it this year or in the Good Ole days of 3 years ago?

 

$250  a month is interesting income- Student status? Or interest from a $100,000 held in account with HSBC.

 

I am sure looking at that entire approval would show some interesting things.


married person? Retired...anyway




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This yr. Unemployed. Interest but not with HSBC and it was my understanding source of income was not asked for.
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Message Edited by VGCR on 08-04-2009 08:05 AM
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Welcome to the forums and NICE JOB!
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