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First National Bank of Omaha recon

Does anyone have a recon number for First National Bank of Omaha?  I recently got declined for a CC with them.
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Re: First National Bank of Omaha recon

Once you get the letter, it will have a phone number.  Give them a call.  I got denied last year because they said that I was out of their service area but once I called and explained my situation (AF in Europe), they approved me for a card.

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Re: First National Bank of Omaha recon

Thanks.  I'm pretty sure I got rejected cuz a bunch of my ex-wife's medical bills just hit me CR's and tanked my score 74 points.  It is worth a try though.  I will watch for the letter.

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