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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Jim, Jan 20, 2001.
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RE: To: Richguy / about Junipe
Thanks for the information. That's something I could easily get anxious about. I still haven't decided whether to apply, but I do appreciate people such as yourself who go out of your way to make it easy for me.
BTW, did you get the card? You listed your accounts recently, but I don't recall much except for abc and xyz credit unions.
No I did not get the Juniper c
It was a waste of time to have applied for it as I have a BK in my background. Others on the board who have BK'd in the past all mentioned that Juniper denied them a card irregardless of what their current FICO score etc. is.
Good luckwith making your decision to apply or not.
RE: No I did not get the Junip
all mentioned that Juniper denied them a card irregardless of what their current FICO score
There's no such word as irregardless ...
I heard this before but disagr
The English language continues to evolve over time.
Irregardless is a contraction of the words "irrational" and "regardless". The word began to fall from favor in the 1930's when the irrational connotation began to be viewed as somewhat insulting. Regardless is the kinder and gentler version of irregardless.
Irregardless is a "word" all right. I used it to be deliberately sarcastic and insulting in reference to Juniper.