04-29-2007 10:03 AM
I am writing requesting reconsideration of the denial of my recent xxxxxx card application.
It appears I was denied after you pulled my CRA HERE report. While the letter I received did not include specific reasons as to why I was denied, I would still like to go over the potentially negative information on my report.
I do have high credit inquiries at this time. Most of these are due to a mortgage and auto lender shopping me around without my permission.
I also do indeed have high utilization reporting at this time. This was due to helping a family member in need. I recently paid off my credit cards, and I expect my report to reflect these changes within 30 days.
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05-02-2007 11:39 AM - edited 05-02-2007 11:43 AM
05-02-2007 12:16 PM
05-02-2007 12:21 PM
KDM wrote:I shared your suggestions with a coworker who was just denied for a cc. Do you just send your recon letter to the address on your denial letter? How does PFB work?
05-08-2007 11:28 AM
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