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in0wh3r3ul1v3
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Re: Question on AMEX Zync

Got my Zync last week and it didn't include my score either.

 

Meant to start a thread like this but never got around to it.

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dansparis
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Re: Question on AMEX Zync

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I received my Experian score upon approval for the Blue Cash Everyday. Did you receive the 'Congrats! You were approved. Your card will be mailed to you blahblahblah' letter? My score info was on the back of that letter, so you might want to double check.

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Mandazoid
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Re: Question on AMEX Zync

Nope, I didn't receive anything like that. I applied for both the Capital One No Hassle Cash Rewards card and AMEX Zync on the same night, within 20 minutes of each other.

 

Yesterday, I received information on both of them for the first time. I got the "Congrats! Your card is in the mail..." letter from Capital One with my TU score on it and I got my actual AMEX Zync card with all the terms and conditions, etc., but no score anywhere.

 

Very weird. :smileysad:


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Current Score: TU: 799 (7/31/14) EX PLUS: 770 (5/7/14)
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SevenNEW
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Re: Question on AMEX Zync

Never got that letter either -- just an email and then the card in the mail in a week. Did you apply via phone or online?

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in0wh3r3ul1v3
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Re: Question on AMEX Zync

i app'd online, got a promo mailer for zync, and then got my actual card.

Macy's Red Star Rewards - $1900 (1/2010)
AMEX Green - NPSL (8/2011)
Amazon Rewards Visa - $2400 (11/2011)
Lowe's/SYNCB - $700 (7/2014)

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