08-21-2010 09:04 PM
0I went on a slight app spree, Krogers, Citibank, Barclays (travelocity, Gcnomony) Chase, and US Bank...because of my F/A no instant approval, my TU IS 770 and Eq 765 with 3 inq on each anyone know the likely hood of me getting approved on one of these? Btw my EX is Frozen AAo A 4 years....income 220K
08-21-2010 09:15 PM
monday I would call the backdoor numbers for each bank and resolve the security freeze etc. probably could get answers instantly then
08-21-2010 09:27 PM
Ya I heard US bank pulls EX....Tu already was pulled by Chase, so was Barclays, Citi Pulled Eq......Krogers nothing as of yet...
FTR app more than one Barclays w/i 6 mos generally not recommended.
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