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Registered: ‎07-14-2009
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Just for shiggles

I went ahead and applied with another NFCU credit card, but also including my husband as a coapplicant.  This was the gorewards mastercard (first one I applied for was nrewards visa) and we got approved for that one too!  I opened by orchard in July for $500, haven't used it yet.  should I just go ahead and close it anyway?  Or keep it just to have it building with my two new ones?  My new card has a $4000 CL.  Thanks!  It's been a very good day!
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Registered: ‎09-18-2007
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Re: Just for shiggles

Congrats on your new cards. Let the accounts age and start building the credit. Wait for 6 months before you apply for other cards.

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