10-07-2010 08:59 PM
WFNNB is not bankruptcy friendly. If you have a bk on your credit report, they will not approve you.regardless of re-established credit or score. CSR confirmed this.
10-08-2010 02:03 PM
Before you apply for anymore cards, be sure to do a search for BK friendly cards, there is a thread and usually at least one thread for each bank on this info.
The 2 posts I see from this morning from you are both banks that are well documented to not be BK friendly, so they are wasted inq.
07-28-2011 07:46 AM
WFNB will give credit cards to people with Bk. I applied and they denied me and I have a Bk. 7 but my cousin applied and she filed Bk. 7 a couple of months before I did and she has not been out of Bk. 7 long and she has 2 accounts with WFNB. I guess they pick and choose who they want to have account with them and she put them in her bankruptcy too.
07-28-2011 08:39 AM
07-28-2011 04:51 PM
I have one WFNNB account. They were one of first approvals for unsecured credit in my rebuilding. I was pleased that they just raised limit from $500 to $800 after a year.
One thing I don't like. They only generate a statement if you have a balance on a card. If you charge something and pay it off before statement closing, there is no statement generated. I like to have a record of all charges and payments.
08-02-2011 06:58 AM
Speaking of WFNNB....
Does anyone have a number for their branch through American TV?
Was denied for a couple things that I have since cleaned up....
08-02-2011 03:11 PM
Im not liking this bank at all. Refuse to approve me for a store card when i got approved for 2 HSBC cards, Cap1 rewards, 2 GEMB cards. WTH!?!?!?!?! Is there a backdoor number for them?
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