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Revolution card account closed

I got email today and called the csr and talked. They have closed my revolution card account since new banking partners coming on board and I have to reapply for the card again fall. It does not make sense, but I am not going to loose sleep over it. Those of you with revolution card might want to check your accounts to see if they are still active or not. It is only some of the cards are being closed not all of them.
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Re: Revolution card account closed

Adding to existing Revolution card thread:

Revolution card program closures
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