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Re: What are the chances..

alvon123 wrote:

killer_queen229 wrote:

Burned2manybridgesB4 wrote:

How many cards were active on the last app, and are still open? This is what they'll notice. The increased age of lines opened before your last denial will work in your favor.

Secured Visa card active since March 2013.

TJ Rewards store card active since July 2013. Try for credit limit increase

Old Navy store card active since July or August 2013. Try for credit limit increase

Capital One Mastercard active since August 2013. Try for credit limit increase (contact EO) also try to PC this card to Quicksilver

Kohls store card active since August 2013.  Try for credit limit increase


Last app denial was again for a TD Bank card (have been a customer since 2008) and that was in August. 


Try for credit limit increases if they are soft pulls and converting your Cap1 card to Quicksilver. That will hopefully take care of your urge to app for new cads until Mar 1Smiley LOL


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