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Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply

Went through everything, needed additional info, then got the dreaded 5-7 days HOWEVER, it said to expedite the application process to call in.  I called in, spoke to one of the nicest customer service reps ever and she asked me more questions and finally came back to say I was approved for a $1500.00 CL.  Ecstatic!

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Re: Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply


Nocturnal wrote:

Went through everything, needed additional info, then got the dreaded 5-7 days HOWEVER, it said to expedite the application process to call in.  I called in, spoke to one of the nicest customer service reps ever and she asked me more questions and finally came back to say I was approved for a $1500.00 CL.  Ecstatic!


Congratulation . They can expedite your card if request.

Seem like you have some baddie on your report ????

How your credit file ??


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Re: Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply

Congrats on the approval!

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Re: Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply

That's great, Congrats!

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Re: Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply

I am getting expedited but no baddies, just several inqs from a new car purchased last month lol.  That and my util is a little high which I am working on getting down but I am happy nonetheless.  I am going to the garden for a while.  Also new accounts within the past 6 months I am sure didn't help with the c limit but absolutely no baddies on record.

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Re: Received DiscoverIT solitication in the mail and thought I'd apply

Awesome. I'm seeing a lot of apps for the Discover IT. I just got a CSP but maybe during the summer or early next year I will go for the It.
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