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ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

got approved for Walmart for 400(first credit card in rebuilding phase)

 

decided ok lets try another GE... Amazon - approved .  Well s**t ,  lets try another ,  Paypal - approved.

 

Should i stop at 3 and just let them build or get a couple more GE cards?  

 

(TU is only report above 630)  

 

 



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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

Ok you have had great success but GE has recently been closing accounts for reasons of to many apps all at once stop now and garden


cqdealer711 wrote:

got approved for Walmart for 400(first credit card in rebuilding phase)

 

decided ok lets try another GE... Amazon - approved .  Well s**t ,  lets try another ,  Paypal - approved.

 

Should i stop at 3 and just let them build or get a couple more GE cards?  

 

(TU is only report above 630)  

 

 




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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

BTW Congrats 

Before you app think...
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Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

I would stop now with the GE apps. I've read that if you open too many GE accounts in a short period of time, they will close all the accounts down. Maybe visit the garden for a few months Smiley Wink


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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

i just did the 3.

 

will  i be ok?  i dont want them to shut those down on me  Smiley Sad



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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?


cqdealer711 wrote:

i just did the 3.

 

will  i be ok?  i dont want them to shut those down on me  Smiley Sad


Just stop to be safe 

rather safe than sorry 

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

You can app for ge but WAIIIIIT atleast a week. They will close down all your accounts
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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

You should stop NOW, many other post on here about GE closing accounts that were opened in a short span of time,

Congrats on your approvals, now go straight to the garden


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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

ugh... hopefully they wont  .  I need these to rebuild!!... been shot down by too many others  Smiley Sad

 

Please GE let me garden these 3 new accounts!  

 

haha



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Re: ok i got excited... need to settle down??? or more?

+1 on what others said...congrats tho on your approvals Smiley Happy



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