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What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

I'm looking for average credit people who had maybe a lot of INQs, a few derogatory marks, short credit history, and/or low limits on other CCs. Income?

 

I'm looking to get the CSP at the end of the year. No applications until then. Score about 660 FICO. Lots of derogatory marks are set to fall off this year, a couple will remain. The itch is getting stronger.

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distantarray
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

666 was the lowest I've seen which was my dad's but that's cause of 2 medical collections and he had a 13 year relationship with Chase accounts and credit card.

 

Chase doesn't like baddies so I would refrain for a while til atleast majority of things falls off. If you live in NY go get it removed now =p


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enharu
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

i'm itching to app CSP too!

 

Got an irl friend with CSP as her 1st card. NO cards before that. Had 1 paid in full and closed auto loan prior, and currently 1 year in for her 2nd 2yr auto loan. She banks with chase primarily though and has >100k cash as deposit. Did the app at a branch when the personal banker told her she'll get approved and she did. Not sure if the checking balance helped her more, or if her auto loan did, or both.

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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

    I was rejected with a 625. I have a released federal lien for 5500 from 2006 released 2008 and a BofA cc account closed in 2010 with a bunch of 120 day lates but no negatives besides that. Hope that info helps... From what I have read of citi, they set their standards then make no exceptions. I had a citi card earlier in my life and it is still on one of my credit reports as having been paid on time.

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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

Csp is chase, not citi.
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

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distantarray wrote:

666 was the lowest I've seen which was my dad's but that's cause of 2 medical collections and he had a 13 year relationship with Chase accounts and credit card.

 

Chase doesn't like baddies so I would refrain for a while til atleast majority of things falls off. If you live in NY go get it removed now =p


I don't live in NY, but I'm curious why you say that?

I'm a personal banker and do a lot of auto loans serving the Houston area.
I suggest first time car buyers to read the sticky guide in the auto loan section.
I try to check these forums often, but if I missed your post, please feel free to message me with a link to it.
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

Paid collections in NY fall off reports after 5 years instead of 7 years... "paid" is the operative word here. :smileyhappy:

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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

I am itching for this card too!!! And Im scared to app even with a FICO across the boards in the 680-720 range lol
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?


youngandcreditwrthy wrote:
I am itching for this card too!!! And Im scared to app even with a FICO across the boards in the 680-720 range lol

post if you apply. do you have any derogatory marks on your report?

I'm a personal banker and do a lot of auto loans serving the Houston area.
I suggest first time car buyers to read the sticky guide in the auto loan section.
I try to check these forums often, but if I missed your post, please feel free to message me with a link to it.
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Re: What was the worst credit you had approved for CSP?

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I got a CSP in January with a BK 7 reporting 7.5 yrs..no other neg besides bk reporting.....about 10 inq on each report about 6 months old.....i was a Washington mutual customer that transferred to Chase...thenmy 3000 CL was CLD to 800 and 29.99 apr...paid off and closed....also IIB chase for about 5000...
Hope this helps


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