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Thanks for replys all, Thats why I cannot understand why I would get turned down just flat.But because of M&T's practices and they way they handle their accounts (really screwy)they will take a debit 12/15/07 and credit it 12/15/07 the next day 12/16/07 and debit it again. It's like they are gambling with my money or something.I am going to close my account with them next week anyway.I dropped to 654 from 661 because of the Inquiry so I will have to wait till I get above 661 again to see if Orchard will give me something.
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