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CreditJunkie917
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Registered: ‎01-08-2013
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

I just got finished doing j crew express and VS...$250 for JCrew, VS was $500, but oddly, express noted that I had been approved, would receive my card in 14 days, but didn't say how much my limit was. Should I call them or check online for my limit? Should I get an email confirming my approval??
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bluewillow
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Registered: ‎03-26-2009
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

I've tried and tried for a JJIll approval pop up but no luck. Do not want an inq on the report....years ago was preapproved during the check out for a One Stop Plus but can not use them anymore since dieting...                                  

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creditYum
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Registered: ‎05-14-2013
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

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I never knew about this. Pretty nifty little trick. I wasn't able to get the popup for Express, but I got it for J.Crew. I did not pull the trigger and apply, however.

 

Also pre-approved for VS @ $750. Nice to know the option is there.

 

I will definitely keep this in mind for the future.

 

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After looking into it, I was able to get the Express popup. If you are having trouble, I would try using an incognito window within google chrome, or clear all of your cache in your browser. I am thinking since I visit express.com a decent amount, thats why I didn't get the popup. The message will literally 'popup' over the screen once you fill in your name and address in the checkout screen. No approval amount was mentioned.

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kanokphan
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Registered: ‎12-25-2012
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

i just got approved too thak you for sharing the tricks :womanvery-happy:


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toi34
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

After you officially "opt-in" how long does it take this feature to work?

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krislee
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

I did this and got the popup screen. I filled in the info and clicked okay then nothing. The screen closed and I wasn't given any confirmation of whether or not I was approved. Should I reapply or do I just have to wait and see if the card is in my mailbox after 14days? My score is in the mid-700s for all three bureaus.

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indiolatino61
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)


creditnocash wrote:

yes it does grow with you as long as you use it. (so ive heard) 

 

and it should be a soft pull if you got the pop up. 

it still hits aaoa and you do get a new account ding but no inquries. 


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MsAqua
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Registered: ‎06-23-2013
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

Same thing happened to me, kmpxx... Perhaps someone else here has had a similar issue and can share their experience. :smileyhappy:  We shall see... :smileyhappy:

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krislee
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)


MsAqua wrote:

Same thing happened to me, kmpxx... Perhaps someone else here has had a similar issue and can share their experience. :smileyhappy:  We shall see... :smileyhappy:


I called yesterday after it happened and the CSR told me to try again and if the same thing happens then to call the credit card department on Monday. I told her I didn't want to get two of the same card and was told that that wouldn't happen. I haven't tried apping again because my laptop tend to freak out when I try to shop on the site.

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jtaber79
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Re: Express Preapproval (Shopping Cart Trick)

Same thing happened to me.

I got the pre-approved popup screen. I clicked the "Yes, I'm Interested" button, proceeded to the next screen which is where You put in the last 4 of SSN, date of birth and phone #. Then clicked the Submit to open account button and the popup screen disappeared and nothing else. I wasn't given any confirmation.

Now, if I clear my cookies, I get the popup screen to appear again, so at this point I think something is wrong with their application page.

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