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Re: Navy Federal Uses Own Internal Score To Approve Credit?????

@MILoFico. No my secured nrewards is not unsecured! Don't kmow what's up with that? Have always kept it low. Pay in full or almost most of the times. And have never been late. Actually ran almost $18,000 thru it in 5 months. Navy doesn't like me much. Lol. And my score has improved and lots of baddies have dropped off.

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@MILoFico. No my secured nrewards is not unsecured! Don't kmow what's up with that? Have always kept it low. Pay in full or almost most of the times. And have never been late. Actually ran almost $18,000 thru it in 5 months. Navy doesn't like me much. Lol. And my score has improved and lots of baddies have dropped off.


Strange...have you made request to have it unsecured???

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No I haven't made a request to have it unsecured. I thought it was an automatic thing they did when they were ready.

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Yea...they will? But after 14mo. You may wanna nudge them in the rite direction😃 I believe it's a HP on EQ how's your EQ CR???
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MILOfico wrote:
Yea...they will? But after 14mo. You may wanna nudge them in the rite direction😃 I believe it's a HP on EQ how's your EQ CR???

Unless something has changed you can't request for the card to be unsecured.

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wantmoremoney wrote:

@MILoFico. No my secured nrewards is not unsecured! Don't kmow what's up with that? Have always kept it low. Pay in full or almost most of the times. And have never been late. Actually ran almost $18,000 thru it in 5 months. Navy doesn't like me much. Lol. And my score has improved and lots of baddies have dropped off.


By any chance have you ever added more money to the card other than the initial deposit?

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@scupra@

Thought after 13mo. You can request review...he may be able to SM them,NO😶?
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MILOfico wrote:
@scupra@

Thought after 13mo. You can request review...he may be able to SM them,NO😶?

The review happens at month 13. Im sure he/she could send a SM, probably get told to just wait though. Worth a shot!

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Re: Navy Federal Uses Own Internal Score To Approve Credit?????

Gd point,it does auto check your EQ. at 13mo.

@wantmoremoney after at MO.15 check if sav. Has funds released; if not then (I) would call or SM
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ddemari wrote:
My score was pretty low, I think it was like 286. But I still got 23,300.00 at 13.9%.

My score was 288 but i only got $4K Smiley Frustrated

 

Apr is 17% Blahhh but i got the time to work on getting some improvement maybe.

 

Just tickled pink to even get in with them at all. The goodies can wait for later.

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