04-23-2009 08:59 AM
I really, really want a Nordstroms card as they are building a new one in Bham..it's gonna be awesome and I already shop online there...I have some questions first though..
First of all does anyone know if they are BK friendly as I have a Ch 7 from 2004..
Second..what about inquiries, I have 5 on Eq which I think what the primarly pull..would that prevent me from getting a card??
Any input would be most helpful!!
As always Thanks!!
04-23-2009 09:19 AM
Can't speak about the BK since I have not had one. (knock on wood), but when I applied for Nordstrom I had 6 INQ's on my EQ (three form a car loan) and was denied for too many INQ's. This was back in November.
04-23-2009 09:20 AM
04-23-2009 09:23 AM
I can't answer if they are bk friendly.But im sure someone here will chime in about that. I was approved about 10 months ago with a fico of 713 and they did pull EQ and also TU.
BTW I think Nordstrom has the best customer service out there...
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