06-30-2012 11:18 AM
I've had this card for over a year and a half. With a 3500 limit. Average spending 1500 to 2000 each month and paid off in full every month. Income is 250,000.00 a year. For some reason they will not turn it into a regular card. They tell me to apply for a regular card, that means another inquire. Then close my secured card account, not recommended cause it will not look good either. Bank of America after 1 year mark did it automatically. I lost my job in 07. 09 I am back on my feet. Average credit score now is 667. Trying to get credit score around the 700. So I can start looking for a new home loan.
06-30-2012 12:13 PM
Hmm... funky. I'd say use one of the backdoor numbers here on the website, call in and let them know your situation, your income, etc. and tell them that you want to have a regular credit card.
06-30-2012 03:08 PM
I've tired several times. I they tell me is that I have to be patient. I even went into the bank and had the banker called in. IMO they suck!
Wells has traditionally been horribly inconsistent with their secured card graduations.
Then all of a sudden last month something like 3ish forum posters here all got their cards graduated. I'd thought Wells had turned the corner, maybe they didn't.
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