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bearclaw84
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Best Card for 640 Fico

Just got an alert a few days ago my EQ jumped up to 640 and my TU is a 684 from wal mart card. Want to get a prime card but was just denied Citi Diamond Preferred due to current obligations to high for income stated, even shut down when trying to recon. What cards should I app for with those scores any ideas?
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xwill04
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

google discover pre appoval

 

and try to see if youre pre approved for any of their cards.. ive read a couple people in the credit card section getting approved right around that score



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Guyatthebeach
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

Have you tried for a Barclay's Apple Finance Visa? I was approved with a really low FICO score. The interest isn't the best, but it's a decent card from a decent company.

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Jutz
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

Depends on what you are looking to get from the card.  Just any card? Store card? Rewards card? Low APR?

 

What other cards do you have?

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  • Starting total revolving credit: $1100 | Current total revolving credit: $29,500
  • Inquiries (12 Months): EQ 6 TU 3 EX 6 | Most Recent: 1/21/2014
Chase Freedom $5000
DCU Visa $10000
Capital One QS $2000
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WalMart CC $2400
BOA Platinum $600
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bearclaw84
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

I have a wal mart card 2 first premier and a bbrzmc. I'd like to balance transfer onto a new card so I can close the 2 fp cards. I also got a merrick double your limit offer in the mail but don't really want another sub-prime card.
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bearclaw84
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

Discover had no offers found when I used their pre-approval link also
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xwill04
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico


bearclaw84 wrote:
Discover had no offers found when I used their pre-approval link also

hmmm i agree with apple visa only if u dont have recent inquiries or relatively new accounts..

 

otherwise id maybe wait a few more months... the ones u can get right now prob arent much better than u have now.. 660+ should put u into a better level of cards



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Shogun
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Re: Best Card for 640 Fico

It really depends on what your CR looks like.  What baddies are on there?  How old?  How many Inqs?  


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