07-07-2013 02:16 PM
It depends. If it's related to an ID verification scenario where some information needs to be verified on your end, then yes. If it's a system or automatic declined decision based on other factors (i.e. credit profile, etc.), then no. However, it never hurts to contact them to at least find out.
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