5 Thoughts on what happens to your credit score if your not approved for a card?
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    yeahyeahyeah
    October 26, 2011 at 4:41 am

    It goes down a little bit because of the inquiry into your credit, which is why it is not smart to apply for any more cards until your score goes up. To raise your score make regular payments on the accounts you already have. You should pay more the minimum payment every month also.

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    MARY S
    October 26, 2011 at 4:56 am

    IT GO DOWN DOWN DELANO DOWN

    DOWN…I GOT THE DOWNS! DOWN IT GO

    DELANO DOWN…..PAY OFF YOUR DEBTS N IT GO UP UP UP UP N AWAY…MINE BEAUTIFUL SALOON

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    Sweets
    October 26, 2011 at 5:15 am

    They say that if you apply for a card and get declined that your credit score lowers. I have had a few declines in my day and still manage to have a 725 credit score which is pretty damn good.

    One thing that helps to raise your credit score is to have a credit card and use it the right way. Use it for some things and then pay it off in a few payments and then use it again and so on. As long as you have your payments on time and are consistant that always helps.

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    Leana
    October 26, 2011 at 5:23 am

    Every time someone or a company runs your credit it WILL lower your score. If you want to higher it you might have to start with a credit card specifically designed for people with bad credit (meaning you will have to pay a fee and high interest) HOWEVER what you need to do is get this card and ONLY put something like gasoline on it and pay it EVERY month in FULL….what most people don’t realize is that weather you but a house or gasoline paying ON TIME higher s your score JUST AS MUCH. Start small…..only use the credit card for things you KNOW you can pay off in the first bill so you never have to pay that interest…..

    Also bad credit marks are taken off you score in seven years.

    Hope that helps!

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    Titties
    October 26, 2011 at 5:50 am

    It will go down slightly.

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