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Has anyone been turned down for a credit card when CK's approval odds were "very good"?
i want to apply for Barclay"s NFL Extra Points card but I don't want another hard pull unless it gets me anew card.

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Bad feeling

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Wanted a card for balance transfer, said had very good chance was denied score went down, I have given up, will continue to pay my 2 cards off but will not charge anymore, and will not close them right away.

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extremely upset

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I'm trying to rebuild my credit and credit karma recommend me for an card inwhich i was deined for. Why offer this to members and giving high hopes of good approval rating. Thanks credit karma for gving me false info.

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katedarlin3

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Same thing happened to me.  Thanks Credit Karma.

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very disappointing

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I applied with a very good for applying. Score was at 699. It caused a hard inquiry and lowered my score and i didnt get approved. I think credit karma is a rouse just to get people to apply.

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YES

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It is very possible! I am a 20 year old, full time college student and part-time worker. I make about $8k/year and I have made 33 on time payments out of 33 total payments. I also applied for a Capital One credit card that I had a "Very Good" chance of getting (Credit Karma) and got denied. I'm sure it was because I do not have much of a credit history, but what the hell does it matter when they will just suck the money out of me either way?

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