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target is all about your fico score. Right around 600 is needed to get it. Go pull your score, and work on your reports before racking up too many inquiries.
did you try orchard bank?
I was turned down for all Nextcard products with a bk-13 that was discharged last summer.
Orchard Bank might be a good bet but I don't have them. I did recently started to get pre-approvals from them.
I am 2 1/2 years post bk7. I have Household, Nextcard, Target.. in addition to Cap1s and Provs.
Since you did a Ch14, weren't all your debts paid? If so, I'd ask Cap1 again... perhaps a secured card. They may decline an initial application but override manually. You never know until you try.
I'd say Household/Orchard/Target are easiest to get. I got Nextcard on a fluke I think... it's a bit tougher. You might want to wait to apply for it until 2 years rebuilding... but that's just my opinion.
We have a discharged BK from November. You might want to check out FCNB. They are also an excellent source for rebuilding credit. They have both Visa and MC.
true. fcnb unsecured is expensive but the secured is ok on fees... odd but true
the secured card is highly recommended. Also after 6 mos to a year you'll start getting offers for their other cards (Spiegel)
FCNB won't give a secured card in NC, so check their sight before you apply. They have a small list of states that they won't let have secured cards.
I was declined for two orchard cards, and my FICO is right around 600. And I received a pre-approval from them that only required SS# and signature. Be careful with an inquiry from these folks.