09-27-2007 05:18 PM
09-27-2007 05:25 PM
Well I got approved today, only $750 CL. I was shocked. My TU was 648 when they pulled it. It has since gone up to 684.
Should I try for a CLI on activation?
Right now I wouldn't do a thing as far as Junny is concerned. They may go back and take your card away. I wish I were kidding but I'm not.
09-28-2007 05:27 AM
Business day #7 since my app and still nothing... I guess I'll callTU is 672 and all baddies older than 2003.
As I said to the PP DO NOT CALL Juniper at this point. they seem to be on a warpath and calling them could set you up for a decline. They have some overworked underwriters and reviewers at this point. They are manually reviewing ALL applications for credit at this time and making decisions sometimes NOt based on the logial outcome that you would expect from all I read.
09-28-2007 09:48 AM
You can check the status on line. just go to Juniper.com.
10-01-2007 05:21 AM
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