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Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

Would I qualify for a Chase Freedom or anything?  Scores are listed below.  The only other baddie listed is two 90 day lates on Sallie Mae, 2007 and 2008.

 

Any ideas, or am I just s.o.l til the bk is gone?  Got a costco card and they pushed and pushed me to apply for the AMEX but I knew it would be a waste due to the BK.

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

Based on an old thread you may try Barclay's; macys amex; alliant CU Not sure if any of those are interesting to you...

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

I tried for Slate from Chase and they said NO for BK (8yrs).

I do have Freedom (old Wamu) they still said NO !!!

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

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Chase even starts their applications with:

 

 

"Before continuing to fill out your application, please confirm both of the following statements:

 
My credit history is clear of bankruptcy.
 

My credit history is currently clear of seriously delinquent accounts & charge offs."

 

 

So I would never waste an inq on Chase.

 

 


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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?


pazuzu wrote:

Chase even starts their applications with:

 

 

"Before continuing to fill out your application, please confirm both of the following statements:

 
My credit history is clear of bankruptcy.
 

My credit history is currently clear of seriously delinquent accounts & charge offs."

 

 

So I would never waste an inq on Chase.

 

 


I agree, wait until the BK comes off before trying Chase.

 




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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

I read that, too!

 

ANYTHING ELSE?  Barcleys?  Not sure......

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

I have a BK that is 9.5 years old, I got a Citi and Plat Amex about 1.5 years ago now. Just got another Citi (Thank You) 6 months ago as well

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

My chp 7 was discharged in 2008 and i was approved for freedom 2 months ago. Only received 1k and that was after pleading with executive office x2 for a chance. YMMV, but I am proof anything can happen. When I think about loosing my job, home etc in 2007 I never thought we would make a comeback. Would still be renting and dreaming about credit cards if not for the information and encouragement from this site!!

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

I have gotten 4 Citi cards this year with a Chapter 7 BK in Aug 2004. No baddies since though. Amex and Macy's are NO while the BK is on your record so dont waste your time. Scores around 720

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Re: Seven Years since CH 7 - can I get a good one?

yes the key is to never get discouraged... I too lost my job for 15 months back in 2005 and lost my house to FC. Our credit took a dive... But I moved to Texas and have been working ever since and my credit is now in the low 700s and I was able to buy another home 3 years after the FC... It can be done...

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