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BECU Visa $40,000 Approval

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BECU Visa $40,000 Approval

Balance transfer shuffling time again, and while I had planned to wait until February to go for this and another card (after getting my 9 month gardening spade) I decided last night was the time to go for it.  I joined with just a share account a few months back knowing that I would eventually be going for a card with them.  Got it specifically for the 12 month 0% APR BT offer with no fees.  My scores (currently 767 EQ, 752 TU, and 745 EX) are about the lowest they have been in quite a while due to BT shuffling with high individual utilization on a few cards and double-reporting balances.  They pulled TU and used the 752 TU 08 score.  As soon as I completed the application, it went pending (after much spinning; I was afraid the page was going to time out!), but a few seconds later I thought to look at the Loan Status page and I had been conditionally approved just needing to eSign the application.  From everything I understand about BECU, this is normal and the card will hopefully appear in my online account in another day or two.

 

I was pleasantly surprised by the $40,000 approval right out of the gate, as that is the maximum credit line that BECU offers for credit cards.  No word yet on the APR, but I will assume it was probably 8.40%.  I'll update this thread if that is not the case.  So DPs: 752 TU 08 (down from 831 earlier this year), had 4 INQs on TU in the past year (Barclay denial in January since I didn't realize the card I went for had a rule similar to 5/24, Chase Freedom Unlimited approval in March, NFCU More Rewards approval in March, and Macy's HP CLI in June), 3 new accounts in the past year (CFU and More Rewards in March, Macy's in May), overall util in very low teens, sufficient enough income for credit card purposes.  I'm pretty happy with the results, and that puts me at just over $1.1 million in total revolving limits.  Smiley Surprised

 

Edit:  Forgot the obligatory screenshot.  I'll update when it actually shows in my account.

 

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Update:  Confirmed 8.40% APR.

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Congratulations on your approval!
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Congrats on your new BECU Visa card!





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Congratulations on that massive approval
March 2020
Experian Fico 8. 686
Transunion Fico 8. 697
Equifax Fico 8. 714

Capital one QS. $600
Credit one. $300. (Soon to close )
Capital one QS1. $2250
Discover IT Cashback. $12,000
PNC cash rewards signature Visa. $12,500
Chase SW rapid rewards signature visa $6900
Amex Green Card NPSL POT $11,000

All cards opened between Oct 2018. - March 2020

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Congrats!  BECU gave me 10.90% and my credit scores were as good or a little better than those.  I'm at 803 now.  I so badly wanted the under 10% on their basic card I applied for.  But hey, now I have BECU, NFCU and PenFed, all under 11% APR.  Some excellent approvals from the big boy CUs lately.

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Congrats on the card and the massive starting limit! 🎉🎄🎉🎄🎉


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Congrats.
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Wow congrats K!  Huge approval.  

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