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Re: The Duck Card


myjourney wrote:

xXIDaShizIXx wrote:

12njoy wrote:

@op,

 

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.   That waiting is excruciating I know.  I really hope you get it.  I wonder if they are indeed tightening the purse strings.  My plan for November 2014 may be up in smokes.  Come on Amex (March 2014 baby).


So I found the underwriters number and called. They said they did not have a denial on file and that they were waiting on an approval, with the decision being made Monday. So I don't know really what they meant by that, but hopefully I'll get approved for something monday. The lady told me just to call back monday to see what the results were.


I have my fingers crossed for you 

Good luck 


Thank you guys! Hopefully I will get approved for something. Even a "toy" limit would be great so I could start building my credit files. Just anything that isn't secured would be a small miracle! Smiley Happy

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what number did you call?

EX FICO 739 EQ FICO 710 TU FICO 742 *************Total Credit Limits: $633,750 (July 2013 starting credit limits totaled $2,700) current AAoA: 1.2-1.8 years.*** Sorry Barclays/Fidelity we're officially divorced*** whoa a $20,000 unsecured USAA Personal loan approved
In my wallet: Alaska Airlines Visa (13.5k), Amex(25.6k), Amex Green (NPSL), BankAmericard (42k), BBVA (20k), Blispay (7.5k), Cabelas (12k) Capital One (50.2k), Chase(28.5k), CITI(12k), Diners Club(2 @15k), Discover(21k), 5/3(25.5k), Equality Visa(4k), Huntington Voice(2 @12k), Key Bank(3.5k), NASA FCU(5k), NFCU(65k), FNBO's Overstock Mastercard(9K), Rakuten Mastercard(7k), Sun Country Airlines(12.5k), Synchrony(100k), TD Aeroplan/Client Rewards Visas (22.5k), USAA(50k), US Bank(6.5k), and WF Plat Visa(37.5k).
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12njoy wrote:

what number did you call?


8556043243 why?

Capital One Venture: $15.8k; Bank of America Travel Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Better Balance Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Credit Card; $1.7k; Care Credit: $5.5k; Capital One Quicksilver: $5.4k; Bank of America Cash Rewards: $5k; Chase Slate: $5k; Ashley Furniture: $4.5K; Car Care One: $4.5k; Barclaycard Rewards: $3.7k; AMEX DG: $2k, Discover IT Miles: $1.8k, Citi AAdvantage: $1.5k




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I was thinking of just throwing caution to the wind and applying myself so I can put myself out of the 10 month misery (trying to wait for November).

EX FICO 739 EQ FICO 710 TU FICO 742 *************Total Credit Limits: $633,750 (July 2013 starting credit limits totaled $2,700) current AAoA: 1.2-1.8 years.*** Sorry Barclays/Fidelity we're officially divorced*** whoa a $20,000 unsecured USAA Personal loan approved
In my wallet: Alaska Airlines Visa (13.5k), Amex(25.6k), Amex Green (NPSL), BankAmericard (42k), BBVA (20k), Blispay (7.5k), Cabelas (12k) Capital One (50.2k), Chase(28.5k), CITI(12k), Diners Club(2 @15k), Discover(21k), 5/3(25.5k), Equality Visa(4k), Huntington Voice(2 @12k), Key Bank(3.5k), NASA FCU(5k), NFCU(65k), FNBO's Overstock Mastercard(9K), Rakuten Mastercard(7k), Sun Country Airlines(12.5k), Synchrony(100k), TD Aeroplan/Client Rewards Visas (22.5k), USAA(50k), US Bank(6.5k), and WF Plat Visa(37.5k).
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Re: The Duck Card


12njoy wrote:

I was thinking of just throwing caution to the wind and applying myself so I can put myself out of the 10 month misery (trying to wait for November).


Do it and let me know what you get! Smiley Happy At least I would have someone to wait with! Smiley Happy

Capital One Venture: $15.8k; Bank of America Travel Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Better Balance Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Credit Card; $1.7k; Care Credit: $5.5k; Capital One Quicksilver: $5.4k; Bank of America Cash Rewards: $5k; Chase Slate: $5k; Ashley Furniture: $4.5K; Car Care One: $4.5k; Barclaycard Rewards: $3.7k; AMEX DG: $2k, Discover IT Miles: $1.8k, Citi AAdvantage: $1.5k




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Ok here goes caution to the windSmiley Mad

EX FICO 739 EQ FICO 710 TU FICO 742 *************Total Credit Limits: $633,750 (July 2013 starting credit limits totaled $2,700) current AAoA: 1.2-1.8 years.*** Sorry Barclays/Fidelity we're officially divorced*** whoa a $20,000 unsecured USAA Personal loan approved
In my wallet: Alaska Airlines Visa (13.5k), Amex(25.6k), Amex Green (NPSL), BankAmericard (42k), BBVA (20k), Blispay (7.5k), Cabelas (12k) Capital One (50.2k), Chase(28.5k), CITI(12k), Diners Club(2 @15k), Discover(21k), 5/3(25.5k), Equality Visa(4k), Huntington Voice(2 @12k), Key Bank(3.5k), NASA FCU(5k), NFCU(65k), FNBO's Overstock Mastercard(9K), Rakuten Mastercard(7k), Sun Country Airlines(12.5k), Synchrony(100k), TD Aeroplan/Client Rewards Visas (22.5k), USAA(50k), US Bank(6.5k), and WF Plat Visa(37.5k).
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Re: The Duck Card


12njoy wrote:

Ok here goes caution to the windSmiley Mad


Let me know the results! Smiley Happy

Capital One Venture: $15.8k; Bank of America Travel Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Better Balance Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Credit Card; $1.7k; Care Credit: $5.5k; Capital One Quicksilver: $5.4k; Bank of America Cash Rewards: $5k; Chase Slate: $5k; Ashley Furniture: $4.5K; Car Care One: $4.5k; Barclaycard Rewards: $3.7k; AMEX DG: $2k, Discover IT Miles: $1.8k, Citi AAdvantage: $1.5k




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Re: The Duck Card

7-10 days.  No surprise there.

EX FICO 739 EQ FICO 710 TU FICO 742 *************Total Credit Limits: $633,750 (July 2013 starting credit limits totaled $2,700) current AAoA: 1.2-1.8 years.*** Sorry Barclays/Fidelity we're officially divorced*** whoa a $20,000 unsecured USAA Personal loan approved
In my wallet: Alaska Airlines Visa (13.5k), Amex(25.6k), Amex Green (NPSL), BankAmericard (42k), BBVA (20k), Blispay (7.5k), Cabelas (12k) Capital One (50.2k), Chase(28.5k), CITI(12k), Diners Club(2 @15k), Discover(21k), 5/3(25.5k), Equality Visa(4k), Huntington Voice(2 @12k), Key Bank(3.5k), NASA FCU(5k), NFCU(65k), FNBO's Overstock Mastercard(9K), Rakuten Mastercard(7k), Sun Country Airlines(12.5k), Synchrony(100k), TD Aeroplan/Client Rewards Visas (22.5k), USAA(50k), US Bank(6.5k), and WF Plat Visa(37.5k).
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Re: The Duck Card


12njoy wrote:

7-10 days.  No surprise there.


Who knows? We may both get approved!

Capital One Venture: $15.8k; Bank of America Travel Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Better Balance Rewards: $6k; Bank of America Credit Card; $1.7k; Care Credit: $5.5k; Capital One Quicksilver: $5.4k; Bank of America Cash Rewards: $5k; Chase Slate: $5k; Ashley Furniture: $4.5K; Car Care One: $4.5k; Barclaycard Rewards: $3.7k; AMEX DG: $2k, Discover IT Miles: $1.8k, Citi AAdvantage: $1.5k




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Re: The Duck Card

You might, but I will probably not due to a 15 month old paid baddie.  If I don't get approved, it's time for me to throw in the towel because November is a long time away and I have other cards that will likely grow beyond what I could potentially get from the Duck card in November (i.e. Amex and USAA). 

EX FICO 739 EQ FICO 710 TU FICO 742 *************Total Credit Limits: $633,750 (July 2013 starting credit limits totaled $2,700) current AAoA: 1.2-1.8 years.*** Sorry Barclays/Fidelity we're officially divorced*** whoa a $20,000 unsecured USAA Personal loan approved
In my wallet: Alaska Airlines Visa (13.5k), Amex(25.6k), Amex Green (NPSL), BankAmericard (42k), BBVA (20k), Blispay (7.5k), Cabelas (12k) Capital One (50.2k), Chase(28.5k), CITI(12k), Diners Club(2 @15k), Discover(21k), 5/3(25.5k), Equality Visa(4k), Huntington Voice(2 @12k), Key Bank(3.5k), NASA FCU(5k), NFCU(65k), FNBO's Overstock Mastercard(9K), Rakuten Mastercard(7k), Sun Country Airlines(12.5k), Synchrony(100k), TD Aeroplan/Client Rewards Visas (22.5k), USAA(50k), US Bank(6.5k), and WF Plat Visa(37.5k).

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