01-30-2009 12:25 PM
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02-01-2009 08:26 AM
My sister just received this letter about a week ago. She was turned down two months ago (550 fico), but approved after calling in with the acceptance number. Her approval took about 4-5 days. She was approved for a $1500 nRewards MC. HTH!
02-01-2009 09:25 AM
I received a letter too. I tried entering the number on the website, but it says it doesn't match my member id.
Now I have two COs instead of three like last month (on EQ). My two collections should be deleted any day now. After my last baddie falls off on EQ in July the only negative thing I'll have is four 30 day lates that range from 4-6 years old. I'm planning on applying for the nRewards again (using the acceptance number) this month after my two collections fall off. If I get denied again this month then I will reapply in July.
02-10-2009 02:11 PM
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