04-16-2010 07:23 PM
Applied for the regular citi platinum card....was allowed to make a screename and password but never said if i was approved?? I have a 700 EX-6 Inqs EQ-? 787-TU 6 inqs
AAoA 6 years Oldest 17 years got 2 recent AMEX cards but closed one with a balance? You think its a big fat denial?
04-16-2010 08:01 PM
You know same thing happened to me, finally about a week later i get a e-mail
saying ( Account update ) push to read and it takes you to sign in screen, then wants
credit card #NO I can see the last 4 digits of card # on the e-mail but you need the card
to complete activation. Much like you this is the only response so far. TU-750
04-16-2010 10:10 PM
Hello hena210 I don't think your denied, not sure of your credit history but I don't think
they would have had you make screen name and password if declined. It took me about
1 week to receive any e-mail response, so hang in there.
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