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Registered: ‎03-11-2009

Kays & Jared

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I have got approved for Kays about 10 months ago for 5000.00, I thought today to apply for Jared and was instantly approved for 5000.00

Is there any way I can have these two accounts merged?  Lets say Kays for 10k? 


NOTE:  I just spoke to Jared and it's two seperate accounts she said cannot be merged Smiley Sad




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Re: Kays & Jared

Sorry they wouldn't merge Kris. Can I ask you how much the initial $5000 CL improved your scores?


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