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NFCU approved again

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Fourteen months ago I was approved for a NFCU Platinum Mastercard with a 25k CL @ 7.9% and a Navchek LOC of 15k @14.9%.


Today I was approved for a NFCU cash back Visa with a 15k CL @ 6.4% plus prime. The NFCU total CL exposure to me is now 55k.


My EQ FICO is 794 and my TU FICO is 799.


All of my open revolving CLs are now as follows:


NFCU Platinum MC...... 25k

NFCU cash back Visa...15k

NFCU LOC...................15k

Discover More...............25k

State Farm VISA...........18k

Truwest CU Visa............15k

BofA MC.......................15k

US Bank VISA...............11k

Chase VISA...................11k ( was a Wamu CC and I may close this card )


Total revolving CLs............................150k


All of these credit lines were approved between 5/08 and 2/10. They are a direct result of a plan undertaken by me based on hundreds of hours of research here and the advice of members at myFICO.





edited for spelling error




Message Edited by plasticman on 02-15-2010 10:08 AM
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Re: NFCU approved again

congrats!  don't close the chase if you're interested in the free ex fico that they've apparently rolled out on a limited basis in certain states.



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Re: NFCU approved again

Thank you. I have not been offered this free score yet.


Not surprised by this as my Chase card is a Wamu stepchild.

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Re: NFCU approved again

CONGRATS! Smiley Happy


And welcome back!


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Re: NFCU approved again

Thank you LilMirth.


I was/am still lurking and reading from time to time.Smiley Wink

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