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Is CareCredit INQ/NEW ACCT. sensitive?

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I have 3 new accts. opened in 2011.

PLUS I have a recent INQ (denial) from Discover and their stupid pre-screened offer that I foolishly responded to.

So that's 4 INQS, 3 NEW ACCTS. in the last 12 mos.

I don't feel good about my chances @ CareCredit right now.

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They are very liberal and I have known people with terrible credit get approved, definitely worth an attempt/

 

I think they might be INQ/new tradeline sensitive because I went on an app spree on 01/04/12 and applied for CareCredit after applying for Citi/Chase and was denied sorry.gif

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They are very liberal and I have known people with terrible credit get approved, definitely worth an attempt/

 

I think they might be INQ/new tradeline sensitive because I went on an app spree on 01/04/12 and applied for CareCredit after applying for Citi/Chase and was denied sorry.gif

 

I think that carecredit is inq/new acct sensitive. If you apply it will be a HP on EQ. There are a lot of posts in the positive here so YMMV.

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