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Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?

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corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


Try First Progress Mastercard. It is the easiest one to get.  My brother have one. 

 

 

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Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 

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lovely222 wrote:

corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 


I will call tomorrow. Thanks!

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Re: PNC Credit card

 

 


corymcd88 wrote:

lovely222 wrote:

corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 


I will call tomorrow. Thanks!



Happy to help! :smileyhappy: 

 

Let us know how it goes!

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Who do they pull??

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Who do they pull??


For me they pulled EX only. 

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Re: PNC Credit card


lovely222 wrote:

corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 


When you applied were you a PNC banking customer? Also you mention your TU score in this reply but in other replies you mention that PNC pulled EX


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fusioncredit wrote:

lovely222 wrote:

corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 


When you applied were you a PNC banking customer? Also you mention your TU score in this reply but in other replies you mention that PNC pulled EX


Yes, I was a PNC customer when I applied. I pulled my report from myFICO prior to applying and my TU was 710. When I was approved they sent me a mail that said I was approved and "the information we used was from your Experian report including your score of 684".

 

Hope this clears it up.

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lovely222 wrote:

fusioncredit wrote:

lovely222 wrote:

corymcd88 wrote:

Is PNC credit card easy to get? What score do they like to see?  Should I try 5/3 Bank?


I got this card last May with a 710 TU score. 0% BT for 12 months and by far my highest limit at that time at $17,500! When they approved me, they sent me a letter with my score, which was 684. I think they like to see high 600's. 


When you applied were you a PNC banking customer? Also you mention your TU score in this reply but in other replies you mention that PNC pulled EX


Yes, I was a PNC customer when I applied. I pulled my report from myFICO prior to applying and my TU was 710. When I was approved they sent me a mail that said I was approved and "the information we used was from your Experian report including your score of 684".

 

Hope this clears it up.


Thanks for responding :smileyhappy: I wonder if I can apply for the card without being a PNC customer


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