02-22-2008 11:38 AM
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02-22-2008 11:48 AM
redhed1026 wrote:Does Discover still do double cycle billing? If so, yuck :-P .... has kept me from apping to them in the past. It's a nasty practice if you keep a balance...
02-22-2008 11:48 AM
T2J wrote:I thought I'd let you all know that it's possible to get a Discover card without scores in the 700s.I just applied for the Discover Motiva since they kept sending me offers. Received the 30 day message and called them back. They had to verify some information and approved me with a 5K limit on the phone. Told me that I can ask for a CLI after 6 months. I'll try again for a CLI after I receive the card and activate it.I honestly don't have a need for it, but wanted it to round out my meager collection. I'll probably set up automatic payments on it and pay my DirecTv bill with it just so that I can show activity.Does anyone know if Discover does product changes?
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