05-10-2013 05:28 AM
Hi I'm new here and have learned a great deal.
My first post-BK (2010) card was Best Buy MC, now $800 limit.
Next was iTunes Barclay Nov. 2011, 1600 -> 2800 -> 4000 -> now 6000
Applied last week for Alliant non-rewards Visa, got 15K limit, 0% interest for a year, 10.24% after that! (I've had a small savings actt with them for three years).
I got a little too excited and applied for a Norstrom Signature and got denied, won't even give me a store card. Back to the garden.
EXP 711 | TU 713 | EQ 669
05-10-2013 05:30 AM
05-10-2013 05:55 AM
Good job...yeah, Nordstrom is more along the lines of about 5 years post-BK. You'll get them soon enough though!
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