04-15-2013 08:39 PM
What should I do my wife applied me for a credit one bank card and i have 1 of those monitoring services that catch anything weird on any of your 3 credit reports and it caught a 6 on the end of my social instead of a 5.. I was approved for credit one with that messed up ssn... should I wait till I get it to fix the problem because their is a problem I filed bk on them and they normally declined me I told my wife to apply me and she messed up my ssn oh boy.... If they catch my number they will throw it out anyways. It was a typo I asked her if she did it on purpose she said no.... I dunno what to do here.
04-15-2013 08:42 PM
04-15-2013 08:52 PM
Yeah I was advised I am down because I called Citi app status line and the rep said I was declined for a Citi Simplicity not because of inquiries but bankruptcy..... Someone said call and don't take no for answer for that. I have not spoken to the woman from president's office at all since my credit was checked today I don't know if that rep knew what she was talking about or not.. The woman in the president's office said I hope you'll enjoy this card as much as you do your Sears Platinum MC. Same bank and they giveme $4,000 but decline me for simplicity card? I seen some people on here with limits as low as $200. I just want my foot in the door. I closed 2 of my accounts and lost $2,000 in credit a 1k capital one and a qvc card $1k. I called cap1 supervisor to try and get it reopened but she couldn't do it so I guess I'll have to go through president's office who this girl is handling my other upgrade request now....
04-15-2013 09:02 PM
04-15-2013 09:10 PM
Yeah yeah the wife did it Lol
04-15-2013 09:43 PM
lol my wife really did do it she likes applying for credit cards and opening them behind my back and running them up... If I did this I would admit it. I'm not so sure what to do call them and fix the mistake? Or let it alone for now? What would you guys do it pulled my credit, heck my ssn is on my dads credit we both got the same name different middle name creates alot of confusion.
04-16-2013 08:52 AM
Call them? I would call a credit and or marriage counselor. With your wife running up credit cards she obrained illegally, your dad and your crdit mixed up, and with the number of inquires you have, you will never get out of credit hell until you stop and repair those things. I mean to each thier own, but man you need to put a stop to all of that. More credit cards is not an answer to your crdit issues. Just one guys opinion. No offense meant.
: smileyvery-happy: lol my wife really did do it she likes applying for credit cards and opening them behind my back and running them up... If I did this I would admit it. I'm not so sure what to do call them and fix the mistake? Or let it alone for now? What would you guys do it pulled my credit, heck my ssn is on my dads credit we both got the same name different middle name creates alot of confusion.
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