04-10-2007 07:56 AM
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04-10-2007 10:49 AM - edited 04-10-2007 10:53 AM
dekrist wrote:I got same thing but my scores were 610/558/608 and i got approved 750 cl to start.They started me at 1k and in six months bumped it to 3k then the next mo upgraded it to cash back
04-10-2007 10:59 AM
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04-12-2007 02:34 PM - edited 04-12-2007 02:35 PM
rustyfan67 wrote:Hello. I have a question about wamu/providian. I recently receieved a pre-approval from Providian/WaMu. My scores are in the lower to middle 600s. Do i stand a chance getting approved? I currently have a auto loan being reported as current and 1 credit card being reported as current. I also have a BK on my report that will fall off in 2009. Thank youSo rusty did you ever apply and BTW antredd I really hate you!!! Just kidding. I'm waiting for an offer for their newest card 5% cash back on gas and 10% oneverything else promo... LOL! I think they'll have t bump me over 5K first though
04-12-2007 02:46 PM
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