04-02-2008 10:19 AM
04-02-2008 10:21 AM
04-02-2008 02:09 PM
04-02-2008 02:16 PM
YEAH for YOU!!! You know, I kept you in my thoughts. As I was getting approved for not one, but two cards in 24 hour's time for each...I wondered if you'd been approved and just not posted.
I'm glad you got good news.
On another note, send some more vibes my way: I applied for the LOC, but only for $3000. I want that so that I can move everything over and make NFCU my main credit union. My main banking is with another CU...but I don't think they love me like I used to love them. My blind love ended for them in February. But it was only a love of convenience LOL.
Anyway, I called NFCU to see if they had to do another pull to do the app...and *sigh* they do. Oh well: after all this is taken care of, my files and scores will have time to sit and rest to rebound.
04-02-2008 02:19 PM
04-02-2008 02:38 PM
Yeah, thanks to everyone who kept me in their thoughts. This comes as a surprise to me, as I am just some guy on the internet.
Not only did I get a new job, I actually got a raise (5 percent, but that's still a raise)! So it has indeed been a good week for me. I'm starting to worry that I may have overextended myself credit wise.
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