have a question for nfcu experts..i sent in my application and applied for both mc and visa bc i understood it's only 1 pull..i used the site online to see if it could tell me anything..it says i was approved for visa for $6500, was hoping it would be higher bc i guess w/current credit crunch i should just be thankful..
but it didnt have anything on there about mc????
~01/2008 Ficos TU 571-EX 647-EQ 652~ ~3/21/2009 Ficos TU 705 EX 702 EQ 692~ ~9/9/09 Ficos TU 718 EQ 693 EX??? ~06/25/12 Ficos TU 719 EQ 677 EX??
lol.......Yes you should be gr8tful I had a 682 and was denied! but they sent me a form to reapply with a code! whatever i havent yet! but thats a nice limit is that your highest or no! NFCU reps are wonderful! I ve heard generous too! anywhoo CONGRATS the applications are one inq. but they usually finish one at a time! thats how mine was!
Yes lol I told my hubby ill apply once my score updates should have a +720 at least lol...Thanks i will need all the aproval angels I can get haha!!!GL youll probally get 6500 on the other card! so thats what 13,000 not bad hun!
i had one baddie on Eq which isnt mine its from 2005of May and it was in disputes my only letter said derog thts it didnt say from what but thts all i had on there it should be removed next month my letter that they sent me doesnt have a expiration date on it! i called in and the rep said i qualify for the card so im taking baby steps bc ive read where people have had lower 600 even 500 have gotten approved with awesome limits!but mind you I havent had CC on my report only car loan paid and 11 installment accts paid as agreed! so who knows???? I will in the future apply again bc there the BEST!!!! I have 4 new cards w awesome limits and low apr!!! Chase loves me!!!
Message Edited by mrsanderson on 06-20-200806:09 PM
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