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HELP! Trying to find a previous post

Hi guys!
 
I'm trying to locate a post from a couple weeks ago, at least I think it was a couple weeks ago. 
The post contained a link to a website where you go to find out what CCs you can generally get approved for with a given FICO score.
 
Actually if you know the site I'm referring to, that would be the most helpful.
 
Thanks!
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www.whogavemecredit.com
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Re: HELP! Trying to find a previous post

You can try whogavemecredit.com.
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Alternatively, you might try whogavemecredit.com
 
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Re: HELP! Trying to find a previous post

Thanks guys!
 
Not exactly the site I was looking for, but this works too.
 
The site I'm talking about does not provide actual info. on who got approved or denied.  You put in you FICO score and tells you what cards you can generally qualify for.
 
But as I said, whogavemecredit will help out as well.
 
Thanks again!
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Hmmmm,
 
You guys are beginning to make me think, this other site is all in my head.....lol.
 
 
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Hi Trini,
 
You are probably looking for http://www.financeglobe.com/ScoreMatch/
 
You can bookmark posts you want to retain in the options area on the right of posts BTW, or add the link to your browser favorites etc.   
 
HTH! 
 
 
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SmartCookie wrote:
Hi Trini,
 
You are probably looking for http://www.financeglobe.com/ScoreMatch/
 
You can bookmark posts you want to retain in the options area on the right of posts BTW, or add the link to your browser favorites etc.   
 
HTH! 
 
 


SmartCookie,
 
You are one smart cookie!!!:smileyvery-happy:  That's exactly the site I was looking for.  Thank You!
 
And normally I do bookmark, just at the time I didn't see the need.  Just had a convo with my sis about CCs and remembered the post and site, but could not find it.
 
Thank again!!!
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