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Registered: ‎07-25-2009

Appled for Cabela credit card and got 7-1- days message? is it a denial? please share your exp..

They pulled EQ and mine is close to 710. The website message said they cant approve me instatnly and will notify me? anybody got the same message before? is it a auto denial?
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Registered: ‎05-17-2008

Re: Appled for Cabela credit card and got 7-1- days message? is it a denial? please share your exp..

You need to recon (call the CCC to see what's up). If you don't it will probably turn into a denial.
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