02-23-2013 08:51 PM - edited 02-23-2013 10:21 PM
Since I have gotten my Discover it, I have been using it non stop in place of my crapitol one platinum card. I only have a 750 cl on it. But my question is, is it better to wait and grow with this card, or app for the Chase Freedom or other similar cards to help with AAoA being that they would grow together?
My TU fico which I just checked the other day via MyFico was 763.
But I also just recently found out that my CapOne card which I have had the longest hasn't been reporting to EQ, so when I checked that it was significantly lower than with the other two bureaus. CapOne said they would send off a report for me and that I should allow 60-90 days for everything to be fixed. So this could also be hurting me currently.
Discover it $750 2/13
Capitol One Platinum $500 9/12
Credit Bureau Scores
I believe I have 3 hard inqs reflecting on my report at the moment.
No badies, low utilization.
Cards I'm intrested in:
possibly Amex BCE down the road
And maybe a Citi card..
If you need more info from me, please ask.
Edited to add additional background info.
02-23-2013 09:19 PM - edited 02-23-2013 09:20 PM
Personally I think you have a good chance of getting approved for Freedom. But of course that all depends on your annual income, any negatives on your reports etc. They pulled EX when I apped, I'm not for certain what my true FICO for EX was at the time, but from what I've seen on some CMS it was probably somewhere around the 660-680 range. A lot has to deal with your length of revolving credit history you have on your report too.
As far as Citi, I don't have any experience dealing with them. I'm sure someone else will help you with that one.
02-23-2013 09:48 PM
02-23-2013 10:18 PM
There is no exception with them? It has to be atleast a year?
02-23-2013 10:24 PM
I was approved with 9 months of revolving history with 3 different tradelines, all positive only one reporting a balance utilization at 7%
02-23-2013 11:13 PM
So far seems like I might want to wait a bit on the Freedom.
Anyone have anything to offer on Citi?
02-24-2013 07:51 AM - edited 02-24-2013 07:53 AM
I think you should wait a while before applying....
You don't have enough history to really be considered. Wait another 6 months then you can apply
02-24-2013 07:56 AM
Had no clue about the 1 year of revolving with chase, does that apply for their Amazon visa as well? Wish I knew this before hand, currently on a 30day for that card.
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