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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

Im just happy to have gotten one that didnt say, give us money first!!! 

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!


S7 wrote:

Im just happy to have gotten one that didnt say, give us money first!!! 


Yes for sure! Congrats $19 AF isn't bad at all.

 

Don't app for any more cards now. Give it six months before your next app spree.

 

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

Sounds good! Thank you for the advice!! It's such a great feeling to see, "congratulation! You've been approved!" LOL! It's hard to refrain from going app crazy~ Smiley Tongue

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

I have the same problem Smiley Happy

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

haha unless you want to take a long shot at locking in the 2012 member date on an amex Smiley Happy

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

LoL, explain?!

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

Do your thang Big Girl!



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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

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S7 wrote:

LoL, explain?!


Okay, so if you were to get approved for an AMEX card now. It will lock you in as a 2012 customer. So any future applications with AMEX will back date to 2012. As in if you opened another card 01/13 is would show up on your credit report as being open since 01/12 thus extending your AAoA.

 

Your new credit probably won't give you a shot at a card, but you never know with AMEX. Likely a better chance at a charge card than a revolver, but you never know.

 

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Re: Ok, I'm done, but I feel like a big girl!

HEHEHEHEHE!!!!  Smiley Happy

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Hopefully somebody else will chime in about the AMEX idea.

 

The zync would have been perfect but they got rid of that card. So I am not sure what card would be easiest for you to get now.

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