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Fastest Reporting Ever!

So I just apped for a barclay itunes card at around 2 yesterday and was approved. I pulled my Creditsecure report at 9 am this morning and not only the inq is on my report but the account is listed on 2 of the 3 already!Smiley Surprised I didnt even know that was possible. I thought GEMB was fast for reporting within a few day of getting an account.

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Re: Fastest Reporting Ever!

That is fast!

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Re: Fastest Reporting Ever!

Probably a lot faster then most would want when applying for a few cards at one time.

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Re: Fastest Reporting Ever!

In addition to other things Barclays was very quick to report. 

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mross1080 wrote:

So I just apped for a barclay itunes card at around 2 yesterday and was approved. I pulled my Creditsecure report at 9 am this morning and not only the inq is on my report but the account is listed on 2 of the 3 already!Smiley Surprised I didnt even know that was possible. I thought GEMB was fast for reporting within a few day of getting an account.


That was fast. Inquiries are usually real-time, but I thought most of CCs waited until the first closing cycle to report the account..

 


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BofA does this, too. Their cards often show up the day after approval, long before you actually get the card.

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All my GEMB accounts (5 of them now) Have reported within 3 days of me getting approved. I didnt even know it was possible for it to be that fast. I was hoping it would be a month or so. Now I have 2 new accounts in a week!Smiley Surprised I already have way to many accounts. I am swearing off new accounts for at least a year!Smiley Sad Its too bad new accounts are so much fun.

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