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UPROMISE

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I just updated all my upromise info and have noticed that most of the savings comes from using their credit card. anyone with a credit score lower than 660 successfully apply and receive this card? I'm scared to apply now since I don't want a hard pull to adversely affect my score and end up being denied.

 

I'd rather wait and see but just wanted to see what you guys have experienced with it.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

JP

 

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Re: UPROMISE

 


bleedingdrylawstudent wrote:

I just updated all my upromise info and have noticed that most of the savings comes from using their credit card. anyone with a credit score lower than 660 successfully apply and receive this card? I'm scared to apply now since I don't want a hard pull to adversely affect my score and end up being denied.

 

I'd rather wait and see but just wanted to see what you guys have experienced with it.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

JP

 


Since it's a Bank of America product, I would not waste an inquiry even with a 650-FICO.

 





















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