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Re: Discover Pre-approval

Visit https://www.optoutprescreen.com to opt in or out of credit card mailing offers. I just opted-in because I'm curious what I can get.

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Re: Discover Pre-approval


-Cain- wrote:
Being opted in with the credit bureaus allows them to share your info to CC companies that may want to offer you credit. It also allows them to disclose info for a number of other reasons, but that's probably the main thing.


How do you opt in??


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Re: Discover Pre-approval

Woops beat me to it lol nvm i see how


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Re: Discover Pre-approval

Some people like being opted in, some prefer not to be. All should read up on what it means in detail before making their decision.

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Re: Discover Pre-approval

I never opted out to my knowledge. I have enrolled in services in the past that may have done it for me.. I'm not sure.. I've NEVER received a credit offer in the mail though.. I opted in manually a few minutes ago. Hopefully I'll get some offers..


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Re: Discover Pre-approval

You will, give it a few weeks for the CC companies to catch up.

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Re: Discover Pre-approval

Thanks! I honestly do look forward to it.


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