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Re: Discover IT... Strange Incident and Question

I was going to give it a whirl and call, but I no longer have a number...

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Re: Discover IT... Strange Incident and Question


shakalaka wrote:

SwiftTone wrote:

This is normal for Discover. From what I remember reading, this usually means approval.


+1 Call the backdoor number here in the sticky and "ask" them, if they need any more information. Most likely they will approve you during the call and give you the CL.


+1 just needed to ask a few questions and I was in :smileyhappy:

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Re: Discover IT... Strange Incident and Question


fuzzybean wrote:

Will call them tomorrow, but I'm curious...what happens if you don't call?  After all, it's only a suggestion.


If my memory serves correct...... I did not call when I got this message.  They called me after 2 days. 

 

I had a discover card in 2000, and closed it.  The only question they asked was why I closed the card.  I said interest, the CSR apologized they did lower it, and boom 13K credit limit. 

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