03-04-2008 04:30 PM
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03-04-2008 07:08 PM
NICKI183 wrote:I am in a rutt. I am have applied for a few cards hoping to get decent credit limits for my current scores and I think I have done ok. Macys ($1k), Crown Jewl ($1500), Kay Jewl ($5k), but what I really really want is a Hooters card.I applied on 2/29 and still waiting for a response. I called twice and its still in review.What do you think my chances are of getting approved at this point.Also, I found it odd that they check my credit for a PenFedCU account? I only have cards with $300 CL (Household and First Premier-YUCK!)Anyway do you think I have a slight baby chance.
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03-04-2008 07:26 PM - edited 03-04-2008 07:26 PM
NICKI183 wrote:Cheddar when all these cards are reported next month my CRA's are going to look a mess wont' they? Too late to dwell on the damage now I guess..
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