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Re: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier APPROVAL!!!

Congrats RROSS, what was your util at overall?
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Re: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier APPROVAL!!!

Util was 23%

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Re: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier APPROVAL!!!


ogbo0006 wrote:

I have been rebuilding my credit since 11/2012.  I am proud to report that I was approved for a Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier credit card with a $5000 credit limit.  This is by far my highest credit limit and I was truly surprised that I would even gain approval for this card given my current credit score but I have been getting mulitple offers to apply for this card for the last 2 months so I decided to give it a shot.  Now that I have this card and am part of the Chase family I plan to garden for the next year and let my Credit Score improve!


CONGRATS!!!!

 

I'm interested in this card as well, but no app until 2015!!! :smileyhappy:




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Re: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier APPROVAL!!!

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When I applied for this Southwest credit card my EQ score was 620.  I do not know what my TQ or my EX scores were.  Chase pulled all 3 credit bureaus.  Currently I haven't had any lates in 7 months, I had one public record (unpaid credit card) from 2011 that has since been paid in full.  For my credit profile I have a home mortgage, about 25k in student loans that are currently deferred, a Capital One Cash Rewards CC with a CL of $2000, First Premier Bank CC with a CL of $675, Express Card with a CL of $500, Target Card with a CL of $200.  My income is about $70k/yr.  My CC ulitz was around 23%.


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Re: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier APPROVAL!!!


ogbo0006 wrote:

When I applied for this Southwest credit card my EQ score was 620.  I do not know what my TQ or my EX scores were.  Chase pulled all 3 credit bureaus.  Currently I haven't had any lates in 7 months, I had one public record (unpaid credit card) from 2011 that has since been paid in full.  For my credit profile I have a home mortgage, about 25k in student loans that are currently deferred, a Capital One Cash Rewards CC with a CL of $2000, First Premier Bank CC with a CL of $675, Express Card with a CL of $500, Target Card with a CL of $200.  My income is about $70k/yr.  My CC ulitz was around 23%.


Thanks ogbo, I think I probably need to get mine down a lot more before I apply, I am north of 50%

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