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  1. je pense que c'est très similaire pour dentisterie et pharmacie, les autres je sais pas
  2. j'ai sorti mon score sur transunion.ca et ça disait 642 au moment de mon application. J'ai été franc avec la personne qui a monté mon dossier et il a réussi sans trop de problème à me faire approuver sans co-signataire
  3. oui tout à fait! j'avais un crédit atroce et j'ai réussi à avoir une marge de 200 000$ avec RBC, ils m'ont dit que je pourrais demander le max. de 350 000$ d'ici 6 mois.
  4. I created an account for the record. Last year, I had an abysmal credit score as well. I was still approved by RBC for an LOC of $50,000 with a TransUnion score of 532 with a strong co-signor. However, I didn't want a co-signor, so I rejected the offer. Knowing I would need a better credit score, I consolidated all my debts, got a secured credit card, and kept my revolving credit lower than 30% for a year. I was just approved by RBC for an LOC of $200,000 with a TransUnion score of 642 without a co-signor and was told I could get the max limit in 6 months or so. It really seems like RBC is your best bet if you have a bad credit score. When I dealt with BMO and ScotiaBank last week, I was almost laughed at for not even qualifying for a $1,000 credit card.
  5. I created an account for the record. Last year, I had an abysmal credit score as well. I was still approved by RBC for an LOC of $50,000 with a TransUnion score of 532 with a strong co-signor. However, I didn't want a co-signor, so I rejected the offer. Knowing I would need a better credit score, I consolidated all my debts, got a secured credit card, and kept my revolving credit lower than 30% for a year. I was just approved by RBC for an LOC of $200,000 with a TransUnion score of 642 without a co-signor and was told I could get the max limit in 6 months or so. It really seems like RBC is your best bet if you have a bad credit score. When I dealt with BMO and ScotiaBank last week, I was almost laughed at for not even qualifying for a $1,000 credit card.
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