12-03-2012 11:54 AM
App'd for Citi Thankyou, got the 7-10 message kinda surprised since I have gotten the pre-approval letter hoping for a no interest deal for 12 months or more, probably getting declined because I found out that they have begun denying anyone that had ever had them listed on a bankruptcy which I did about 18 years ago... But we shall see, they gave me a Home Depot by Citi and gave me an instant CLI the same day to 4k, card sits with a 0 balance after I paid off a $600 zero percent interest deal.
Decided to AP for Chase slate to get the 0% interest deal for 15 months, got approved for 3k, found out while trying to get a CLI that I didn't get the "elite status" so no zero percent interest deal.
Debating on Apping for barclays... but don't like the idea of having them watch my reports like a hawk.
Discover also gave me a pre-approval but they are offering only 6 months no interest.
I also got a BOA card pre-selected offer while i was gardening for 90 days, but they are on my list to avoid.
12-03-2012 12:01 PM
geat approval. Maybe you should just apply for the ones youve listed. You already left the garden might as well make it worth it!
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