ribbit1072

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ribbit1072 last won the day on December 5 2007

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  1. I got membership 2 weeks ago. I have gotten my husband the nRewards card and the goRewards card with $12,000 limits each at 13.9, myself the same cards with $7500 limits at 13.9 and I just refinanced our new boat and went from a 18.9 interest rate for 10 years, to a 10% rate for 5 years!!!! Doing the math on that now........that is a savings of $9420. HOLY CRAP!!!!
  2. I finally got a paid judgment removed from TU and went to check my Fico, I lost 6 points. Dang it! But at least it's gone. It was 4 years old, so it apparently wasn't affecting my score much, but it still looks bad to have a public record.
  3. Not yet, but I got W2's ready to go! We actually applied to Penfed, and they would let us in, but wanted us to know that there "would be a hold placed on any checks a minimum of 9 days, due to information found in your credit file", which we would have done, but then NFCU accepted us, so we got a better deal.
  4. Yeah, I know all about the rush, LOL. I about had a heart attack because he can't even get a Target card! Did you get all three at the same time? I thought about applying for the NAVcheck, but didn't want to push my luck. He actually is the one with the "In" but doesn't have a clue about how all this works, I'm having him add me tonight and I'm gonna see what I can get, my scores are 75 points above what he has, but he has a $90,000 income.
  5. It's actually my DH, I'm working on his credit now. They do pull EQ and his Fico is 610.
  6. Checking and Savings, and the nRewards Visa and the goRewards Mastercard and they each have $12,000 limits! I almost fell out of my chair!
  7. One year ago I started on this credit repair journey in hopes of getting myself a new ski boat. Well I finally succeeded, and would like suggestions from anyone on what to name her? Wanna help me out? I will take any suggestions and once I decide I will post a picture of it. Thanks guys!!
  8. Cap 1-500 Cap 1-500 HSBC-300 HSBC Discover-400 Carnival Seamiles-500 US Airways-500 Hooters-700 First Premier300 (Closing this summer) First Premier-350 Rewards660-300(Closing this summer) Target-200 QVC-300 HSN-250 Shop NBC (never used)-500 Walmart-400 Gap-200 Old Navy-200 Firestone-1200 Paypal-500 American Eagle-200 Dillards-150 JC Penney-700 Lowes-300 Sams Club-300 Childrens Place-250 Jared (never used) Kay-1300 JB Robinson (never used) Crown Jewelers-1500 (never use again) BOA 99/500-500 Chase Freedom-1000 Mortgage-194,000 GMAC car loan-15,000 Boat loan-11,600 I think that's it Before creditinfocenter, I had NOTHING.....I couldn't finance a piece of gum. I can't ever thank everyone here enough!!!!
  9. I don't know about the mortgage thing, I really don't see any way for you to get on there. Refinancing, IMHO, wouldn't fly because you are a stay at home mom with ?no? income? Maybe FirstSource could answer that question better than me. As to the Truecredit credit score's, they aren't real scores, they are what we lovingly refer to as Fako's. Use the search feature and you will learn all about them. They basically mean nothing. There are other things you can do to bring your scores up. "Your account balances are too high in comparison with your available credit. [TransUnion]" Pay them down. FICO scores are calculated largely on your debt to credit ratio, it's the singlemost important factor in your FICO. "Not enough revolving debt experience. [Experian, Equifax]" Open up a secured credit card that will convert to an unsecured one. You'd be surprised how much doing just these two things will help with time.
  10. AND....here it is 1 year later, and I finally have my boat. It's a 2007 Bayliner 175 with a 135 Mercruiser, it looks just like this, but we don't have the wakeboard tower. We had it out on the water on Sunday, almost exactly a year to the day I made this post! I just wanted to say, DON'T GIVE UP, and thank you to all who have helped me along the way. In this last year I have managed to bring my scores up from the high 400's to the mid 600's, attain more credit cards than I ever have before, buy a $197,000 home with my measly $33,000/year salary, buy a boat, and most importantly, learn how this all works. Thank you guys so much!
  11. On EXP and guess what it did to my score? Absolutely nada! I expected it to move somehow, either up or down, but it stayed exactly the same.
  12. A THOUSAND TIMES YES! What do you think I'm cleaning up my credit for???????? DD'S