08-15-2007 01:17 PM
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08-15-2007 04:13 PM
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08-15-2007 04:30 PM
Tomstang wrote:Thanx ctrob. My scores are 687, 675, and 651. I keep forgetting to write that. I see where youre going with util. I can certainly get in on that. Do you think me getting another card or two is too close to my refi, as far as a negative effect by opening new credit?
08-15-2007 04:54 PM
08-15-2007 05:34 PM
onmyway3161 wrote:Pentagon Federal Credit Union. If you are not eligible you can join through an affiliate on their website. I recently joined and applied for an 8000 credit card and a 5000 PLOC and was instantly approved. You fill in the amount of credit you want. I only ask for 8000 and 5000. They do only one pull from EQ for 90 days. I was also pre-approved for a new auto loan for 35000 but turned that down since I am not going to be buying another car until 2008. My EQ score was 714 with no baddies. I had my card in 7 days and the PLOC in 4 days.
08-18-2007 04:54 PM
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