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Money magazine wants to talk to people with high scores....

MONEY magazine is looking for people with high credit scores who have experienced ANY of the following:

-have successfully applied for a PenFed rewards credit card and were approved
-have used their score as leverage to secure a rental property or get a better deal on a rental
-have gotten a great credit card with excellent rewards or low interest rate as a result of their high credit score
-have gotten a 0% for 12+ months financing option on a big purchase, especially home improvement
-have gotten any other kind of discount or benefit as a result of their great score (on insurance, autos, anything beyond the mortgage loan rate)

I am on a tight deadline and am looking for a response today, Wednesday, May 25. I’d like to speak with you over the phone; we would use your name and a brief mention of your situation. We have featured FICO Forums posters in the past, as well.

Please contact me at 212-522-7658 or

Thank you!
Ismat Mangla
Writer, Money magazine 

In a past life I served as consumer affairs manager, media spokesman and myFICO Forums community manager at FICO. I'm now freelance writing about credit at and my own site,

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