09-04-2012 10:37 AM
E strong, what were your scores? Any negatives on your account?
Sorry for the delay.... My TU was 691 on 08/09/2012 I have a BK from 03 a Collection from '07 one 30 late on my Orchard Bank/ Cap 1 23 months ago.
11-13-2012 07:12 PM
This is probably a little late....
Just got approved for a Walmart store card $600. I don't know all my scores now, but my Credit Karma TU score is 583. I got denied for it back in July. I have 2 judgments, 11 collection accounts, and 7 inquiries on my TU report. I was shocked to get approved! So I kind of went out of control and applied for a few other GECRB cards - JC Penney $150 and Amazon $600. Got the 7-10 day message on a few others. I just got approved for Target also $200. I'm happy because these are placed I shop! Time to settle down...
11-13-2012 07:19 PM
Approved today. TU score below. I have one derog in dispute on TU. Approved for $900.
Dec 2012: EX 728/EQ 667/TU 731 VANTAGE 731 CreditKarma 628 UTL >5% Wallet: CapOne $300 - First P $300 - Lowes $300 - Old Navy $400 - JCP $200 - Amazon $1,200 - Macy's $300 - NFCU cashRewards card $7k - PayPal MC $2k -Walmart $900 Successes: EOS-CCA BBB Complaint - GONE Progressive Mgmt Sys DV, Dispute/Insurance Dispute - GONE IC Systems DV,Paid OC,GW - GONE Credit Protection Assoc - CA for BrightHouse - Never Had BH - BBB - GONE Battling: Verizon DV - none, BBB - in progress CRA Dispute - in progress
11-13-2012 07:36 PM
I app'd for the Walmart Discover on Oct 30. Approved for $500.
Have one 6-year-old tax lien and three 4-year-old 30-day lates on one account reporting.
My TU08 FICO thru Walmart, as of Nov 8, was 698.
11-18-2012 02:16 PM
Received instant approval online today for the Walmart Discover card. $3,600 limit. They pulled TU. My TU score from MYFico on 11/11/12 was at 790. Only baddie on TU is one 30-day late from Feb 2010. AAoA is 14 years. Had zero inquiries on TU.
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