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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by FrEaK, Mar 7, 2001.
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Don't know about Sterling Bank,but: 1)it would be reported a one tradeline.2)Mimiunim deposit is $200.00w/$19 processing fee.3)Why not take that $219.00 and apply it to a FCNB secure visa with deposit of $100.00 and then apply for FCNB secure mastercard with $100.00 and save yourself $19.00 and get 2 seperate tradelines.4)FCNB will match your deposit by 100%,200% or 300%,depends on your credit report.Also,will unsecure after one year of good payment history.
FCNB will also give you increase after 4 months and they report to all 3 credit agency as unsecure. Don't think n e 1 will waive annual fees with secure card,could be wrong on that one.Do know annual fee is $39.00,which is billed on first statement.
I did an application over the phone with FCNB and I only got approved with 100% of the deposit. Also I don't have to pay the $19.00 application fee with Sterling because they supplied me with a coupon that waives the application fee. So I have to figure out if I care more about the extra tradeline or having more than 100% of my deposit.
If I were doing it,I would be interested in the tradeline.I would get the FCNB visa w/$100.00 and then turn around and get their mastercard w/$100.00.They will almost likely give you more than 100% w/second card.This is what they did w/ me.And you have two tradelines.Once you get cards,you can build-up the account with addition deposits.
I agree......that's why I'm pushing for the credit line increases, I don't really even want the credit extension, but I do want those good high lines to reflect on my credit report.