10-04-2012 10:36 AM
I've been really good and not doing any apps for about 7 months. I received a mail offer from Discover and I wasn't going to apply, but I decided to anyway. I applied and after there was a message that said they would be in touch in about 5 days and they listed a phone number. I called it and spoke to a very nice lady who just said they needed to verify a few things on my application. So, after a few questions she approved me with a $1,500.00 limit. I was so happy! I received an email today welcoming me to the Discover family and my card is on it's way!
I applied for an Amazon store card because I buy so much from them, and I was approved for $800.00. In the past I was always denied by GE Capitol stores so I was very happy to have finally broke through the barrier! Just a happy "ap" week!
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10-04-2012 02:08 PM
Congratulations! Enjoy your new cards.
10-04-2012 02:19 PM
Congrats!! I just got the Amazon store card yesterday!! Love Amazon!
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