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chase turn me down for 3rd card

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1"too many recent requests for credit or reviews of your credit?2 There is not enought available credit on your existing accounts" 3 Heres the funny one You have too many active accounts or too mucj available credit... I have like 4 cards they pulled tu score like true fico is 680?? this sucks

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CHASE SUCKS THE REALLY BIG ONE. In one day, BofA gave me a $10000 CLI, StateFarm another $5500 and Chase gave......$200 LOL. Dumb a$$e$!

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CHASE SUCKS THE REALLY BIG ONE. In one day, BofA gave me a $10000 CLI, StateFarm another $5500 and Chase gave......$200 LOL. Dumb a$$e$!

YUP...

 

My 200 card hasent seen the light of day in over six months. :good:

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ive had a government chase card for 7 years- never late- denied me for a card. thank god though, MBNA and Citi made up for it!

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They are, indeed, odd, and getting odder.

 

Perhaps the too much available credit is in relation to your income. (Not trying to be disrespectful, but income is a factor).

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Chase was my first prime when my file

was thin, 8 months later Chase said

my $500 CL was enough the day before

Citi gave me one card at $14,000.

 

Three months later I now have 3 AMEX

totaling $33,000 and 3 Citi totaling

$50,000. I also have one Chase

 

totaling

 

$500.

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