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charyot77
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Registered: ‎06-21-2010
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Should I app for the Discover IT while the standards are "loose"?

I know this question sounds somewhat bizzare but I'm wondering if i should try to get in with Discover now while they're trying to meet a membership threshold with their Discover IT card.

 

I already have prime cards with 0% purchasing (BCE and Citi Dividend) until the 4th quarter of this year so I'd rather apply when I'd need the financing, but I worry that I might not be able to get in with Discover later once they tighten  up their standards.

 

I'm not sure why I think this....maybe I have irrational "credit anxiety".  Is this normal? :smileyembarrassed:

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firstladyd
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Registered: ‎05-23-2011
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Re: Should I app for the Discover IT while the standards are "loose"?

Probably credit anxiety. You have nice cards. Especially picky Citi. If you read through recent posts for approvals for this card they seem to be looking for applicants with only a few cards and new to credit but with at least 1 year good history and no baddies. That's who they are giving huge limits to seems like according to threads. I would say if you need another card go ahead. If it were me I would wait, especially if you have spend requirement for bce or trying to get that big cli. JMHO

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