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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?

Sooo normal! 


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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?

One more thing ...

I was not aimimg at the wal-mart discover, I just wanted the charge card.

To manage the wal-mart discover online, I do got to wal-mart or discover site?

Never had a co-branded card before



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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?


Radio_Radiation wrote:

One more thing ...

I was not aimimg at the wal-mart discover, I just wanted the charge card.

To manage the wal-mart discover online, I do got to wal-mart or discover site?

Never had a co-branded card before


They both the same. Its issued by GE.

Its haS discover logo(same with any CC with Visa or Master CArd logo) so you can used it anywhere and earn reward which up to 1%  which walmart charge card doesnt had.

Its not a Discover Card. ITs a GE card with Discover logo


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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?

You know, that makes sense. Feel silly for asking. Thank



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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?

I felt bad after I impulsively apped navcheck in September but I didn't feel bad after my amex apps today and yesterday... I think it has something to do with planned vs unplanned apps

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Re: Is it normal to feel bad after a app spree?

It's called buyers remorse!   What is normal?  I usually get that feeling after buying a vehicle! 

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Congrats! Smiley Very Happy

 

if you are having second thoughts that's normal. I get that feeling when I don't get the high limit I was hoping for, then I get over it  Smiley LOL

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