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samantha1178
Posts: 27
Registered: ‎02-19-2009
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Hooters Card

Tell me what you think about me applying for the Hooters card. I don't have any inq. and I'd like to try for a new card.

 

On TU:

0 Inq.

2 student loans 3500 each deferred

2 collections, one for 291, one for 513 which is suppose to come off soon (I paid OC)

Applied bank 0/300

Orchard 16/500 (just paid in full yesterday)

Nuvell (car loan) paid on time for 14 months

Drive financial (a charge off that is going to be reversed this week due to a mistake on their part)

Farmers and Merchants Loan about 5 years ago paid off, $1500

 

TU Fico 588 currently..but I am going to wait on collection and drive financial to fix before applying.

Thoughts?

 

Walmart: $400
Credit One: $200
Orchard:$500
Applied Bank: $300
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YoungEntrepeneur
Posts: 586
Registered: ‎03-03-2009
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Re: Hooters Card

Apply for a Capital One instead of Hooters. Consumers have posted that their accounts were being closed due to no apparent reason.

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samantha1178
Posts: 27
Registered: ‎02-19-2009
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Re: Hooters Card

I have thought about Cap 1, but they have haven't prequalified me. Also, my other scores are lower than my TU score.

Walmart: $400
Credit One: $200
Orchard:$500
Applied Bank: $300
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mjbfan79
Posts: 1,998
Registered: ‎03-31-2008
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Re: Hooters Card


YoungEntrepeneur wrote:

Apply for a Capital One instead of Hooters. Consumers have posted that their accounts were being closed due to no apparent reason.


 

I agree don't mess with Hooters the card is a waste lol.

Starting Score 3-31-08: EQ 582 TU 577 EX 625
Current Score 3-19-10: EQ 703 TU 712 EX No Clue
Goal Score: 800 By January Of 2012


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Cinnnamon
Posts: 143
Registered: ‎03-09-2009
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Re: Hooters Card

They use TU and want you to have at least 2 tradelines in order to be considered for an account with them. Cap1 is not worth it either.

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