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Bill Me Later - Wrong Birthday

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So my husband and I decided to purchase a laptop through this company on Newegg. It was 359. We were approved with a 700 limit. Except one little mistake...


When filling out the information, the wrong year was entered. So instead of the last digit ending in 3, it's a 2. A small error that somehow bill me later did not pick up since they approved us. I tried to look at the I'd like to get this fixed tomorrow when I call customer service. Do you think asking them this will have them close the account at all?

 

And do I have to go through Equifax again so that they don't change the year? Because I can see I'm already having a problem checking Equifax information. I hate when I typo...


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Re: Bill Me Later - Wrong Birthday

Nope I think it should be fine. Just a very minor mistake.
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Re: Bill Me Later - Wrong Birthday


PleioneG wrote:

So my husband and I decided to purchase a laptop through this company on Newegg. It was 359. We were approved with a 700 limit. Except one little mistake...


When filling out the information, the wrong year was entered. So instead of the last digit ending in 3, it's a 2. A small error that somehow bill me later did not pick up since they approved us. I tried to look at the I'd like to get this fixed tomorrow when I call customer service. Do you think asking them this will have them close the account at all?

 

And do I have to go through Equifax again so that they don't change the year? Because I can see I'm already having a problem checking Equifax information. I hate when I typo...


I hope you don't have too much aggravation due to this tiny mistake...good luck.

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