12-10-2012 06:05 AM - edited 12-10-2012 06:23 AM
We were out holdiay shopping this weekend and my wife (alone ) went in to apple. For the life of me I cant figure out why. 1. she went in there and 2 why she apped for an apple card. They declined her at the register for the card. ONLY reason given by uw was no individual credit card trade line. All of our chase cards are joint and our nfcu cards are joint 50/50 ownership. her fico eq as of today is 735 22% reported utlization. Her problem is the PD card, select card and ink + do not report on her credit. On her reports is 32 accounts 10 open 22 closed. No baddies, she has nfcu 15k (4k statement cut) and nfcu 25k (800 statement cut) chase csp 25k (2500 statement cut)reporting, her student loan is reporting 411 dollar balance that has been paid off for 2 months. No open autos all show paid off, house 5 years history 83k balance, 4-wheeler 19k balance. never late.
eq 735- aaoa 4.6 years
income reported 67k
3 inquires on eq none on tu (24 on ex)
Im thinking of apping for either:
citi ty premier
city h honors reserve card.
any other ideas? no amex looking for a good high limit for her. Pen fed hates sara for some reason. dont need another chase card, and dont need another nfcu
12-10-2012 06:10 AM
Barclays is very open to Recon, If I were in her shoes, I would recon, already wasted the HP right?
Maybe she was thinking of getting you an iPad mini for Christmas!
12-10-2012 06:21 AM
I dont want barclays! we are to "active " for them, besides the eq inquiry will be gone in 26 days ;-)
12-10-2012 06:22 AM
oh and btw that was the recon phone call they said she had no indvidual tradelines reporting and they would not count joint accounts. because according to them she did not get them on her own! a-holes
12-10-2012 07:30 AM
I think there's still a 40k ThankYou Preferred offer out there. Better bonus than the Premier, but not as good on the redemption side.
Barclays should go suck a lemon for that one. If she was an AU on those accounts, I get it. But joint? Complete and utter BS,
12-10-2012 07:54 AM
12-10-2012 08:11 AM
My wife really likes her thank you premier. The domestic companion ticket has offset the AF the last two years. I know others complain about it, but we use it to get to telluride each year, which used to be cheap from Texas, but is absurdly expensive from denver. She redeems her points for travel on airlines we don't have status or points on. The emv chip was nice when we were in Italy last year. She got a targeted sign up bonus as a dividend card holder, bonus even without the bonus it is a good long term card for her.
I think the hhonors is worth it just for gold, the weekend stay and emv, but Amex likes me, while citi doesn't, so I have the Amex surpass. Given a choice, though, I'd take the citi over the Hilton, then downgrade Hilton to the no AF Amex just for the axon redemptions.
12-10-2012 12:07 PM
12-10-2012 01:38 PM
Discover with $200 sign up bonus + 10 % online shopping + shop discover.. It's ton of saving for a new apple product there.
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