03-28-2009 07:07 PM
Applied on the 25th with TU frozen, they pulled EQ (773), approved instantly, showed up on my EX on the 27th with a $3000 CL.
Guess they must have peeked at my TU after approval, which isn't scheduled to be clean until May
03-30-2009 02:01 PM
03-30-2009 07:49 PM
03-31-2009 09:25 PM
04-01-2009 12:28 PM
After getting two "invitations" in the last two months I applied and was approved for $3000. They pulled TU with a FICO score of 708, 1 inquiry and two new accounts. They pull soft inquiries on my husbands TU report. We live in Georgia.
Not sure why I even got the invitations, I have opted out with all the credit bureaus.
04-01-2009 12:43 PM
I applied yesterday for sams club discover, they pulled my TU and my score is 685 with about 3 inquiries in past 6 months. It said that i will be notified in 7-10 days of the decision.
04-02-2009 10:08 AM - edited 04-02-2009 10:10 AM
Yes, I live in Vegas (Henderson actually)...good to hear from someone in the same area. Kind of scary here right now, huh?
Your scores are really good for a 4 yr old BK too...what CC do you have now?
Cap One and Providian were the first credit card companies to trust me..then Juniper/Barclays. Do you have any of those?
In Vegas Juniper pulls TU, my new Citi Bank and US Bank pulled EX. Only the Discover was an EQ pull.
BTW...have you checked out the BK friendly threads here?
04-02-2009 04:20 PM
question......was Discover on our bankruptcy? if so was it a 7 or 13? and if they were not do you or does anyone know if they "blacklist" when you include them on your bankruptcy? mine will be 2 years old next month and it was chapter 7....I don't want to wait my time if they will just deny me because they were on my bankruptcy...It may be a stupid question but some dont....for instance hsbc did not blacklist me as I got 3 cards from them within 1st year of bankruptcy when I included them in my bankruptcy..
any info would help!
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