04-14-2007 01:53 PM
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04-14-2007 07:40 PM
nlm74 wrote:I have gotten offers from capitol one and I believe Wamu also a couple others such as amex, I'm just nervous that I'll respond and get denied......Isn't capitol one not a good credit card, I've heard they do something fishy when reporting your balance? maybe my information is completely off.At present Cap one does not report a limit resulting in an outstanding balance making the card look maxed out. For the next WaMu offer ou get, I would jump on it. They have been very good to me and my scores weren't as high as ours when I started with them They do respond to customers who pay on time and keep utilization low by making all types of special offers over the life of your account.
04-14-2007 07:49 PM - edited 04-14-2007 07:50 PM
nlm74 wrote:So do you think I would have no chance with say, an amex, chase, BofA, or citi card?b.t.w thanks so much for all your help!BOFA secured but probably not amex depending on what is effecting your score. Try this site www.whogavemecredit.com and you can see the approval rate for any number of cards. Amex, Citi and Chase may give you a card but keep in mind they have a subprime percentile too. My friend just got the freedom and is paying over 20% APR.A lot of people like the prestige cards but if I can get a better deal such as rewards or APR somewher else I choose not to. I like to keep my money in my pocket. My AU got a chase offre, 21% YIKES!!! Actually worse than the subprime Household Bank card
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