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Re: My first experience with Discover Customer Service.

They have a really neat mortgage loan deal out too where you get up to $3100 cash back depending on the purchase price. But it can't be FHA. They have a Real Estate service where they patch you into one of the realtors in their network. Based on our house price, I would have gotten $1700 or so cash back.

I was approved for the Discover It on Friday, sent an email Sunday saying my card was on the way. I haven't received it yet. Does it usually come to your door and you sign for it or does it come in the regular mailbox?
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Re: My first experience with Discover Customer Service.

You don't have to sign for it...they are now sending them out USPS Priority Mail.

That mortgage deal sounds nice too.
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Re: My first experience with Discover Customer Service.

I got the card today via FedEx! And she is beautiful!

 

No fancy box or anything, just an envelope with my card and the corresponding paperwork.

 

Now my wallet is full and happy.



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Re: My first experience with Discover Customer Service.

Congrats again! I wonder if they are moving away from the fancy box?

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Re: My first experience with Discover Customer Service.


09Lexie wrote:
Congrats again! I wonder if they are moving away from the fancy box?

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Already signed up. Smiley Happy

 

I was under the impression that my "lost" card was in the fancy box, but because the new card was shipped out on a 2 day delivery via Fed Ex, that I received the barebones kit.

 

I could care less about the fancy box though, I'm just happy to finally have my Discover card after 2+ weeks!



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