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USAA approval - $16K

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Well, one more step for the DW. Approved for $16K on their Rate Advantage Platinum MasterCard, HP on EQ.

 

Her Scores:

 

Exp : 789

TU : 798

Eq : 806

 

Over the last twelve days, she's scored:

 

AMEX EDC - $9,400 to $28,200

NFCU Flagship - $10,000

NASA Visa - $13,000

BECU - $25,000

BOA - $8,200 > $16,400

USAA - $16,000

 

For a total of $91,000 in new credit! :yahoo:

 

I think this evening she'll apply for a second NFCU and a Citi card, then off to the garden!

 

 

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Well, one more step for the DW. Approved for $16K on their Rate Advantage Platinum MasterCard, HP on EQ.

 

Her Scores:

 

Exp : 789

TU : 798

Eq : 806

 

Over the last twelve days, she's scored:

 

AMEX EDC - $9,400 to $28,200

NFCU Flagship - $10,000

NASA Visa - $13,000

BECU - $25,000

BOA - $8,200 > $16,400

USAA - $16,000

 

For a total of $91,000 in new credit! :yahoo:

 

I think this evening she'll apply for a second NFCU and a Citi card, then off to the garden!

 

 

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Nice! Congrats.

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