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Re: Is it time to call

What are your scores? You might be up for an amex charge card or chase freedom. I would close cap1 and look for someone else.

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Re: Is it time to call

Score EQ 720. Only baddie a chp 7 bk from 4 years ago. 

 

I would go app spree, but I have been in the garden since Aug last year after a car that I had purchased had to be bought back from the dealer due to lemon laws. The problem with that was they shotgun'ed inqs so it techincally looked like I app'ed out for a car and got denied by 7 lenders. It was a bad deal. So I just stayed in the garden let them age off and my current AAoA increase.

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