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Citi Daimond Perfered

I recently applied for the Citi Daimond Perfered card. My credit scores are Ex - 721 Eq - 660 TU - 712. I called the automated phone number and found out that I was declined. Does anyone have a backdoor number so I can see if they will reconsider?

 

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Current Score: 712
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Re: Citi Daimond Perfered

Please check the Backdoor Numbers thread, stickied at the top of this page.
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