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Re: Orchard Bank CC

If I offer to put down 3k on the BOa secured card do you think they would approve me with scores of TU500 EX535 EP530? Im scared to have another inquirey on my account only to be delined?
also does the 3k CL look better than the minum on my CR?
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Re: Orchard Bank CC

I would go for it.   The secured card is the easiest to get approved for.  
$3K will give you a great credit limit and you will start off with very low utilization
 
I just say go for it.  I'm willing to bet you'll get approved.
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Re: Orchard Bank CC

ok thanks u guys are great thanks for all the help,,,this board is wonderful
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PLEASE let us know how you made out.   I'm really curious to it turns out for you
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will do!!!! thanks for the help!! cross your fingers...lol
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