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Registered: ‎02-06-2008
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I regret applying!!!!

I truly regret applying for a Bofa Worldpoints card. I got the Platinum Plus Visa instead with a $500 cl $59 AF. I really would like to apply for a secured card with them. By the time I am hoping to apply for a secured card and putting about $8K into the security deposit in the 9 months it will take for the account to secure I would like to put another 2K into the deposit (hoping to do this all in July)

 

I got my Plat Plus in December. Do you think Bofa will approve me if I wait until July to apply again. Hopefully my Experian score will be around 650 (but how will i ever know)

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Registered: ‎09-06-2008
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Re: I regret applying!!!!

i guess it depends on what else is on your credit report.  personally, i just got rejected by boa for the plat plus.
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