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Niiiic@themanwhocan!
I'm looking to maybe app US Bank Platinum for the 15 mos 0% in a few months! My scores are low 700's now so def looks like I could get approved for a decent limit!
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I did have to sacrifice the remaining months of 0% apr when I switched the Platinum card to Cash+.

 

Goes without saying, really. But I said it anyways.


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youngandcreditwrthy wrote:
FinStar... What was your FICO when you got your US Bank card?

MyFICO scores hovered around 765 for TU and 780 on EX ((I think).  I haven't checked but I believe they pulled TU (I'm in the Midwest).  Of course, my scores may take a bit of a dip due to the recent aquired CCs... plus, now I have to keep an eye on them 3 Barclays cards...I read about your CLD earlier - glad they were able to reinstate though.

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