05-31-2007 01:49 PM - edited 05-31-2007 02:21 PM
05-31-2007 03:40 PM
ctnbpl wrote:What you guys call in English department that I can request to speak with? When I call equifax try to discuss with them they direct me to speak with BOA! omg.. what a kids with them!Chase was tell me the same thing!Which credit company dont lie?
Message Edited by ctnbpl on 05-31-2007 02:21 PM
08-04-2007 10:08 PM
please help me someone! first time here just signed on not the greatest with computers how do you get into a sertain forum and ask a question
08-05-2007 05:47 PM
08-06-2007 03:21 PM
DREAMBIG1234 wrote:Kinda of hard to get an 800 when you dont have long credit history...plus i find it hard to believe someone 25yrs old would be offered a job for 350,000 when someone older with life experience could do the job...but good luck...
08-07-2007 07:21 PM
08-07-2007 07:37 PM
I called BS with this thread a long time ago! The OP vanished.
800 FICO score for working with a securities broker dealer? I mean, I understand they want you to have managed credit responsibly in the past, but let's thing about this.800 FICO score among general population is probably top 10 percent, maybe less.800 FICO score among 25 year olds? Probably less than 1 percent. Those got lucky to have AU accounts from their parents.I am willing to bet that this is nearly impossible.I have many friends working for securities broker dealers and they have 1, maybe 2 years of history of being in US, let alone credit in US. Some of them don't even have Social Security Numbers before they get their jobs.I will tell you this much: instead of learning tricks on the internet on how to get your FICO score to 800 (a nearly meaningless and somewhat impossible exercise given that at that range scores only go up due to age and payment history), I suggest you work on expanding your network and learning more finance, so you can apply for multiple jobs and get a job with a company other than that one.
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