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Re: Discover IT! Am I really approved!? (+MINI APP SPREE)

WOW thats amazing! You should head towards the garden and show the other banks how well you can handle DISCOVER :smileyhappy:

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Re: Discover IT! Am I really approved!? (+MINI APP SPREE)

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I put down 27.5k for annual income. I just found out that my limit is a mere $750! I was hoping it'd be $1000+ but, I am not complaining. As a matter of fact, I am rather glad to be able to join the prime world in such a short amount of time! I might as well call the backdoor number and ask for higher CL, which I doubt they would approve. Anyways, I will update for more news. Fingers crossed:smileyhappy:

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