01-21-2013 08:42 PM
You can get your EQ FICO from here as well as a TU FICO but the model is a TU98 which is a little dated... If you have a walmart CC you can get the TU08 version if you sign up for the paperless statements.
01-21-2013 08:48 PM
according to usaa credit monitoring i have 10 inq. in ex, 7 in TU, and 8 in EQ,so seeing i have 10 in ex and AMEX pulls ex then i guess im screwed?
10 on ex is kind of high for Amex's liking. However, I still think you would qualify for a charge card with little difficulty, but a revolver might be a little more tricky.
01-21-2013 08:55 PM - edited 01-21-2013 08:56 PM
even with that whole "12 months have no affect on your credit" i keep seeing?what charge card do you think will be easier to get seeing the zync card is no longer available?
Even though they don't effect your score after 12 months, amex can still see them. How many are from the last 12 months? -Fewer would be better, but I don't think it should deter you from apping either way.
It almost seems counterintuitive, but all amex charge cards have more or less the same underwriting criteria, ie a green is just about as easy to get as a platinum.
01-21-2013 08:58 PM
in august of 2013 i will have 0 inq,at the moment i have 2 within the last 12 months,i just dont want to wait till the end of 2014 to apply,platnuim seems more for people who travel and do a lot of public event,golds rewards seems goof for people who do groceries,eat out and gas.
01-21-2013 09:07 PM
2 within the past 12 months is perfectly normal, and wouldn't be the least bit alarming to amex. The fact that 8/10 are old makes your chances for approval much higher.
As far as what card is best for you it really depends on your spending habits, alot of people just get the green to get their foot in the door now that zync is gone. Especially since green has the lowest af. Also, once you become a member, any future denials are soft pulls, so you would be able to apply for a revolver without worrying about wasting a hard inquiry.
01-21-2013 09:22 PM
btw what is cl on freedom?idk why but im still stuck at 500,have had the card for a little over a year,flawless with them and still nothing.
Its 2,100. I'm finishing up grad school at the moment so my income dosent really support higher limits than that. I'm probably going to ask them for about 5-7.5k towards the end of the summer (when I start work ft), but I fully expect to take a hp to get it.
I've had the card since june and havent gotten an auto cli yet, but I've heard that they give them out on occasion. If you call them and ask for an increase they would probably grant it given that you have a good history with the card, but they will want to do a hp to give it to you.
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