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mariahdez wrote:The bad things on my credit reports are over 3 years old.I have a few accounts, such as Target, Macy's, & Capital One, where the accounts are closed and the accounts have been closed for a while after I paid what was owed (they all show late payments). These were paid in full over 3 years ago when.I have a few accounts such as Dell, Cox Communications (cable), & SRP (water), where they are showed as being either at the collections agency and with balances but these are over 4 years old.The only thing I can come up with as to why I was rejected was because of my new mortgage. I currently have my mortgage, car payment, & two student loans that I pay on time and have paid on time since I've had them. Like I said before, I don't have anything negative on my report in the last 3 years.Maybe if I call them later on, I can convince them to give me this credit card. One of the cards that I'm an authorized user for is with Bank of America and it has a $16,000 limit and has NEVER been late. I'm just tired of this...... I'm tired of this economy.......
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