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Re: October AA Meeting

rosegardener wrote:

Duncanrr wrote:
Hello. My name is Duncan and its been almost a month since my last drapping (drunk apping). I had a close scare and nearly crashed my FICO score into a wall of denial. I was able to pull out if the slide before crashing into the wall (successful recon).

My new car is in the shop (thanks to temporary high utilization) and I hope to have it running for the early summer season. If I'm able to fight off my drapping I hope to one day race jets with other FICO high flyers!

Drapping FTW!!!!


What's on tap for this weekend?  BCP? NFCU? JPM?  Smiley Tongue



LSU vs. Florida, day game (I dont get as out of control on those Smiley Wink ).  No apping for me this month.  My utilization on my low limit crap1 card dropped my scores like 40 points.  Statement this month isnt due until the 24th so Im in forced app freeze till then.  Btw, that is one very effective and temporary anti-app tonic.  Only problem is Im fearful of my new card creditors pulling report right now.


Roommate has moved in and will join NFCU at beginning of November (was my original target date for app spree before Hurricane Isaac forced my hand).  I'll then lay low until refi in June and after refi I think Im going to target the following cards: 1. BCP or BCE, 2. CSP, 3. AMEX SPG; and 4. Citi forward.  I'll probably also seek CLI from my two Chase cards.


I'll be set then without the need to app for any more credit.  I would have all the cards I want (exception being a Discover card and maybe a Barclays cards but those are wants not needs).  Ill have relationships established with these prime lenders: WF, AMEX, Chase and Citi (also NFCU and GECRB).  That will take my cards up to a total of 12.  Once I drop the crap1 secured card then I'll be close to my target number of 10 (would have 11 cards).

Starting Score: EQ 551 TU 548 CK 607on 6/8/12, EX 542(AMEX pull 3/4/12)
Current Score: EQ 710 TU 727 EX 704 CK 719(FAKO-EX 697, EQ 697, TU 697)
Goal Score: 750

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