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I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

My scores are EQ 582, 625 EX and 630 TU.  I want to move into the prime world, so I can cancel my sub-prime cards that charge monthly and yearly fees.  I'm close to the year mark on two cards.  I understand it's bad to close them, but if I can get a few prime cards, I don't care.
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Wow! I did it! Just like that I was approved for a 2K credit line!! My first card approved over $300! I'm on my way! I'm just so excited right now.  I will definitely ask for a higher limit once I activate the card.  I'll wait to change to blue card.  Thanks for all the great advice everyone! You rock!
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

By the way, they pulled experian.  :smileyhappy:
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Good for you!! Congrats!!
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?



ah32 wrote:
Wow! I did it! Just like that I was approved for a 2K credit line!! My first card approved over $300! I'm on my way! I'm just so excited right now.  I will definitely ask for a higher limit once I activate the card.  I'll wait to change to blue card.  Thanks for all the great advice everyone! You rock!


WTG! Today/tonight I am reading a lot of good news at this forum.:smileyvery-happy:
Credit Profile -
FICO 08 Scores (03-26-2015): EQ 814, EX 817, TU 822
All three scores were 850. Lost points for not having an open installment TL. So, BE WARNED!!!!!
Credit History: 26 years ~ AAoA: 13 years ~ Util: 1% ~ Inqs: EX 1, EQ 1
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Congrats!
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Ditto...congrats my friend!
 
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

congrats!
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Congrats!
 
Any chance you had a bk??  I was looking at this card too and my ficos are mid 600, but I have a 2000 bk, so I was just curious:smileyhappy:
 
Again, WTG!
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Re: I have the delta skymiles applications filled out. Should I hit apply button?

Were those your true Fico scores or Fako scores??
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