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GECRB put my accounts on hold

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GECRB put my accounts on hold

I try to access my accounts online and it tells me that my account access is no available

Call the 1800 number

I called and the credit department is saying that the accounts are under review for 10 business days

I currently have no balances on the accounts.Will this mean that my accounts will be closed? I am really upset right now

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Re: GECRB put my accounts on hold

Have you opened a bunch of GE accounts recently?  That's usually what causes it.  If not there may just be something that spooked them and I would give them a call to straighten it out.

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Re: GECRB put my accounts on hold


janibani111 wrote:

I try to access my accounts online and it tells me that my account access is no available

Call the 1800 number

I called and the credit department is saying that the accounts are under review for 10 business days

I currently have no balances on the accounts.Will this mean that my accounts will be closed? I am really upset right now


could be just random pick?

maybe tooo many log in's?

or even big purchases and multiple payments?

it might be a good review for a CLI

(if kept in good standings)

finally,may be fraud protection?

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Re: GECRB put my accounts on hold

have you done anything recently out of the norm?

 

Did you open a lot of new GE backed accounts? Normally this is the main cause.

Were there any major changes to your credit report? Such as collections, charge offs, etc.

Did you open a lot of new accounts recently?
Did you go on a spending spree and maxed out a few cards?

 

 

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