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  1. atst2000

    Good to be back here

    Sorry that you don’t like the truth Peggie...but no one can have 4 NFCU cards. I confirmed it with a senior LO so we know for a fact that was bs. You have literally lied about everything which is why your gone off the Fico forums. Great you were “the first”. Honestly who cares?! It just shows your absolute arrogance like I stated in my first post in this thread. At the end of the day no cares about your supposed high credit limits and spending 3 hours a day looking over your cards as you stated on myFICO is nuts. Ok M8??
  2. atst2000

    Good to be back here

    Who are you referring to “you guys”? I’m not a mod just a regular member and tbh I’m not loyal to any board just stating the facts. Credit Forums are meant to help others not tell lies and ridicule like peghede does. But go ahead and believe a liar I’m sure that’ll work. By the way calm down and don’t take things so personal Marv.
  3. atst2000

    Good to be back here

    Peghede you got banned because of your deceitfulness. You got caught lying to other members about your supposed success and constant boasting (like your false 4th NFCU card) The Fico forums are meant to help one another not be an ego trip.
  4. atst2000

    SoCalRob Post

    I came across this thread and I’m amazed: I know it’s a closed thread but how can you spend $50k overnight then blame it on having a mental illness?! I’ve read some down right appalling posts but this one is the reason why Amex does FR’s and why responsible people get screwed.
  5. Unfortunately you are considered a very high risk to AMEX. More than one missed payment puts you on the radar and they periodically SP your credit report to check for risks including late payments and maxing out cards. Citi does it, Chase does it and so on. Best case is to pay off the debt as fast as you can, manage and wait it out to apply again. Stiffing them with the bill will get you blacklisted for a very long time.
  6. Honestly I understand you feel like your drowning it debt but I'm trying to understand why you opted to max all your cards and accumulated over $25,000 in debt. Yes a good amount of credit accounts shows good on your report, but if your applying for cards constantly it will look like you are desperate for credit. I filed for CH 13 BK back in 2011 and finally got discharged a month ago. I'll be honest with you it was very, very depressing. Especially the fact that I was in the midst of a painful divorce and had to find an apartment and almost every place I tried to live at was an automatic denial with BK. Here is my advice. 1. Have you called your creditors and explained your situation yet? A lot of them will help you and work out a solution to pay them back 2. If you are getting sued by your creditors and you absolutely positively cannot make any sort of payment on them, then yes you should look into it. 3. Try to see if you can get a loan to consolidate debt and pay off all your creditors. Yes I know this sounds a bit crazy, but you will only have one payment, plus it will clear the debts. You should ONLY file for bankruptcy if it is absolutely necessary. Once you file it there is no turning back and it will be long road to recovery. I am very educated in the BK rules, though I am not an attorney. If you have any more questions let me know. Good Luck to you.

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