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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again

Great job rebuilding! Congrats!

Meg.

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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again


cmnbachiller wrote:

But I would like to ask how you went from 693 to over 800 in less than 1 year.


Welcome.  As I said in my post, it was from the Chapter 7 falling off the record at the 10-year mark, having responsibly managed my credit ever since the BK.

 

5/2002 - Chapter 7
7/2011 - Equifax FICO 693
5/2012 - Equifax FICO 812! In the "800 Club!"
2/2013 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 821 (car loan)
7/2014 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 832 (car loan)
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Jlu wrote:

To get your answer you may need to build a time machine, set the dial to 3 months in the past and BLAST OFF!


 

Good one!

5/2002 - Chapter 7
7/2011 - Equifax FICO 693
5/2012 - Equifax FICO 812! In the "800 Club!"
2/2013 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 821 (car loan)
7/2014 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 832 (car loan)
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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again


babablue wrote:

lol. He's in the 800 club now, he no longer has need for us peasants Smiley Very Happy


I'm still here, just not as much as I used to be. Smiley Happy

 

5/2002 - Chapter 7
7/2011 - Equifax FICO 693
5/2012 - Equifax FICO 812! In the "800 Club!"
2/2013 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 821 (car loan)
7/2014 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 832 (car loan)
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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again


amercnchopz34 wrote:

steve23111 wrote:

I've pretty much got all I want and need, but if a good rewards card comes along to supplement my AMEX BCP, I may just bite.

 

I've entertained a Discover or another of the rotating category cards to beef up the cash back a bit.  My partner and I share an AMEX (he's an AU on my BCP) and use the cash back to fund "mini vacations" every few months.


steve,

 

How long after your BK did u get your amex BCP????


It was in February of last year, so that's (counting on my fingers) a little under 9 years after the BK.  I had not attempted to get one prior to that, but did include them in my Chapter 7 in May 2002.

 

5/2002 - Chapter 7
7/2011 - Equifax FICO 693
5/2012 - Equifax FICO 812! In the "800 Club!"
2/2013 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 821 (car loan)
7/2014 - Lender-pulled EQ FICO 832 (car loan)
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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again

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steve23111 wrote:

amercnchopz34 wrote:

steve23111 wrote:

I've pretty much got all I want and need, but if a good rewards card comes along to supplement my AMEX BCP, I may just bite.

 

I've entertained a Discover or another of the rotating category cards to beef up the cash back a bit.  My partner and I share an AMEX (he's an AU on my BCP) and use the cash back to fund "mini vacations" every few months.


steve,

 

How long after your BK did u get your amex BCP????


It was in February of last year, so that's (counting on my fingers) a little under 9 years after the BK.  I had not attempted to get one prior to that, but did include them in my Chapter 7 in May 2002.

 


Is that the only amex you have ??     Did you get any prime cards when your BK was hitting the 8 yr mark??


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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again

Congrats!!! I know the feeling and it feels terrific...


Starting Score: TU 686 EX 641 EQ 690
Current Score: TU 779 EX 767 EQ 740
Goal Score: 800 Club

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Re: Pre-Approved Offers Flowing Again

i know exactly what you feel post....cuzz im feeling the same way man.....


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