09-07-2011 08:14 PM - edited 09-07-2011 08:15 PM
Just opened it on august with $801 available credit.
So, right now I want to purchase a PC and 3d monitor that totals up to $1450.
Do you think I will be approved? I did call their customer service and they said they do not do manual credit increase.
Note: I have 4 years of Credit history with no delinquency what-so-ever on CR.
Exp. 726; Equi 713; TU: 712
09-07-2011 08:34 PM
No crystal ball here, but I have had some experience with BML: You simply go through as with any other purchase. BML employs its own internal credit-risk per purchase. If you've ever been late or have yet to ever payoff any past purchases, then your chances for approval are doubtful.
BML does not report to CBs unless your account goes bad. You have nothing to lose by attempting to finance the purchase through them though. You stand more favorable for future approvals however with a number of zero balances behind you.
Hope this helps.
09-07-2011 09:15 PM
You should be fine then. FYI, read BML visible CL's as credit immediately available, but that wouldn't necessarily be your max. Again, IME, you'll likely to get much better terms if you PIF before any interest begins to accrue. BML tends to reward you more generously in terms. More importantly, your balances aren't reported and don't affect your FICO.
09-07-2011 09:20 PM
okay, thanks for all the info. But it will be better if some member was in my situation before and tell me if they were successful with it or not. So, if you were, please reply!
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