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dalebb
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Re: What would happen if ...


LS2982 wrote:

Let me app for a prime card with 60-70 INQ's.......They'd kick it back with C'MON MAN!!!!!!! :smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:


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Juan123
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Re: What would happen if ...


dalebb wrote:

LS2982 wrote:

Let me app for a prime card with 60-70 INQ's.......They'd kick it back with C'MON MAN!!!!!!! :smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:


:smileyvery-happy:


:smileyvery-happy: :smileyvery-happy:

 

i lol'd


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android01
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Re: What would happen if ...


concorduser wrote:

Creditaddict wrote:

Concord is proof that very rarely to INQ come into a problem with getting approved for more credit... I personally think INQ should always be overlooked... Sparkletts Water Delivery pulled a hard, Time Warner Cable Pulled a Hard, Apartment... Moving is a disaster on INQ!!!!!

You don't usually move every day but still if all these companies want to keep pulling our credit, they should not count in our score or taken into consideration for new apps.


I probably have 60 or 70 inq's on my EX and I am not sure how many I have on my EQ.


Yikes!  I'm pretty sure why you had such trouble with AMEX wanting to F/R you every year!  :smileysurprised:

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