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i APPLIED TO ALL THREE OF YOUR SUGESTED CAR REFI. AND I DID NOT MEET THE CRITERIA FOR ALL , WHY?

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"denied for one

Denied for all"  Never apply for credit if you've been denied the first time.  You won't qualify for anything for at least 6 months. 

Those inquiries into your credit report all count against you.  Also, Don't apply for anything just because that CK recomends it, The credit companies are the advertisers that pay for the site. In reality CK is paid to recomend those companies.   I suggest that you never apply for credit on line unless you know you will be approved. 

Educate yourself on how credit works and be sure that you know what your doing with your credit.  Your credit history will follow you for the rest of your life and will have a tremendous effect on how you live your life.  Take charge of it so that you are in control.

Good Luck

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