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NickColorado

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  1. I think you can have two. My sister had someone use her account at a landscape company in Hawaii and she is in Wyoming. She turned in a police report and on it. nine coworkers (as well as her computer login) confirm she was in Cheyenne that day on the report. Three of the coworkers signed a statement with a notary saying she was in Wyoming and Discover still won't reverse the charge. She's never been to Hawaii Time for your sister to file a dispute with CFPB. I see she can upload her police report and copies of the statements online. Does she need to send it to CFPB CMRRR as well like when you do a dispute with a credit reporting agency?
  2. I think you can have two. My sister had someone use her account at a landscape company in Hawaii and she is in Wyoming. She turned in a police report and on it. nine coworkers (as well as her computer login) confirm she was in Cheyenne that day on the report. Three of the coworkers signed a statement with a notary saying she was in Wyoming and Discover still won't reverse the charge. She's never been to Hawaii
  3. Evidentially my son was approved for the TD First Class Visa Signature card when he came home to visit. He's stationed in Hawaii but keeps all his bills and such to my address. They told him there is no annual fee for the card because he is active duty (he presented his military ID at the branch).
  4. NickColorado

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    Come on here to read advice and the news stories people post. I recently finished rebuilding and had my reports cleaned. I was denied for good cards for "inquiries" when I had an old delinquency on my reports. I took the last few months off from applying until it was removed (based on what I read on here) and was able to finally get a Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo card. All with 53 inquiries and a boat load of accounts in last two years (only three in the last year). Thanks for the advice on here!

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