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Applied For Macy's Credit Card

 Recently applied for Macy's CC online. After completing the application, message said thank you for applying for a Macy's CC. Will they let me know by mail or email if  I was approved or not? Applied for the card on August 7th still haven't heard anything.   :smileysad:

 

 

 

 

        Equifax: 648

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Re: Applied For Macy's Credit Card


VEEVEE wrote:

 Recently applied for Macy's CC online. After completing the application, message said thank you for applying for a Macy's CC. Will they let me know by mail or email if  I was approved or not? Applied for the card on August 7th still haven't heard anything.   :smileysad:

 

 

 

 

        Equifax: 648

        TU:        653


 

Welcome to the forums, VEEVEE!

 

I would call them and find out what's going on. 877-493-9207

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1 800 627 2909

GOOD LUCK !

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Re: Applied For Macy's Credit Card

That is what it said after I applied.  Never said yes or no.  So I went back and reapplied and it told me I already had a Macy's CC.
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Good!  That means you're approved!.  Call the number BOAMacys gave (800-627-2909) and they will tell you your credit limit.  This is the backdoor number and it works well.  Now you just have to wait for the snail mail.  You can probably shop with ID and your SS# in the meantime.

 

Just a note:  if you apply in-store, you get an immediate temporary card.

 

Congratulations!!  Have fun with all those great discounts!

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Re: Applied For Macy's Credit Card

The number I posted comes from here:

 

https://www.macys.com/service/credit/contactus/index.ognc

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Thanks, I will let you know what happens.

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Re: Applied For Macy's Credit Card

 I got my denial letter today:smileysad: Unfortunately I wasn't approved because I defaulted with one of their affiliate companies. I don't know who that would be but I do have some baddies that I plan on paying off maybe I can try again after that?:smileyindifferent:
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Re: Applied For Macy's Credit Card

Did you ever default on another Federated Department Store card?
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