07-31-2007 03:05 PM
07-31-2007 03:09 PM
Which CCs did you apply for? Do you know which CRA's were pulled for each application?
wolf69 wrote:Okay I pulled my credit and my scores went up alote since a few weeks ago.Old scoresEx 582EQ 515Trans 520New ScoresEX 652EX 568Trans546I tryed to apply for some credit cards and they all (sorry we will mail you a letter within 30 days)I have paid everything that was a charge-off and Judgement and kept my account current every month> I did open a secured BOA and only use 9 percent of 500.00 and pay if off each monthThis is what is on my reportHSBC date opened 3/2000 bal $0.00 Account Transferred to another officeCap One Bk date opened 8/2001 bal 0.00 Paid account/ws a charge offBank of America date opened 6/07 bal 0
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07-31-2007 03:52 PM
just out of curiousity, who do you exactly send the GW letters to? the CRAs or to the actual credit card company? Still trying to figure all this out. Thanks
07-31-2007 03:54 PM
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