03-22-2013 10:07 AM
Congrats on a well deserved accomplishment. Can I ask a few particulars? Do you have any baddies on your credit? What did USAA ask for ie proof of address, pay stubs,did you have to open up a saving/checking to get their credit card, are you a full member?
I had gone onto their site to find out more about them, and type in my info but stopped when they asked for my SS#. Since then they've sent me emails about their products but no I'm not a full member. I've read more on their cards etc here and decided to apply for the rewards card. I applied yesterday around 4pm and got a message saying to check my email for a response within 2 hours. Then nothing all night. This morning I received an email about "my new card"... there was never a phone call, they haven't asked me to show anything (I entered my salary when I applied), and I have no other accounts with them. I'm not even sure yet which report they pulled, or if it's all of them. My TU has a tax lien and one old small collections, my EQ is the best, no tax lien and just one old very small collection. No recent baddies, EX has 5 old collection accts I'm dealing with either deleting or paying but they do still show and the tax lien. Sheesh, I couldn't get a Walmart card the day before! I'm very grateful!
03-22-2013 10:15 AM
03-22-2013 10:21 AM
That's what I'm thinking. Although my EX shot up 40 points overnight last night but it still is the one I'm cleaning up. Thanks everyone, I'll update what report they pulled when I find out.
03-22-2013 10:21 AM
congrats . i love USAA . i got 2 card with them
03-22-2013 10:38 AM
I might app for them in six months, just for the decent limits they give out. Congratulations and keep up the good work, and don't your shed a tear.
03-22-2013 11:52 AM
Walmart pulls TU for sure, maybe they pull eq and u got lucky.
Oh BTW, Walmart pulled both TU and EX... that's where that went wrong. :/
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