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Registered: ‎01-13-2010


Why wont discover allow you to get more than one card? In addition my current scores are 778 EQ and 791 to get arround this i applied through the company i own and got denied??? 

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Did you apply for Discover Business or Discover More?  I have both. 


At the time I applied, I simply asked that they take 5K of my 10K credit line on my Discover More card and open the business account.  Since then I have asked for and received CLI's on Discover More of 3.5K.  So, now I have one at 8.5K and one at 5K (they aren't considering CLI's on business accounts at this time.)


Hope this helps.

Starting Score: TU 737 EQ 721
Current Score: TU 741 EQ 741
Goal Score: TU 765 EQ 760

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