09-08-2008 05:18 PM
09-08-2008 05:28 PM - edited 09-08-2008 05:29 PM
dicej32 wrote:Just got a pre-approval letter for a Sam's Club Advantage Member Credit Account. The CL is $300. Anybody have any info on this card? It says that the card can be used at Sam's Club and Walmart. I need a store card for the credit mix. I know that it's just a pre-approval but it sounds promising. It says to call an 1-800 number to accept the card or bring the letter to the Sam's Club counter with valid ID. Any thoughts on this?
09-08-2008 05:47 PM
09-08-2008 05:51 PM
Well i'm sure u will get approved for the Discover sometime in the near future.
spiritcraft1 wrote:If they are telling you to bring your ID.. It's likely yours if you want it. I have one, would have liked the discover version... applied too soon... no history yet.
09-08-2008 06:07 PM
09-08-2008 06:19 PM
09-08-2008 06:37 PM
Too late! I was in DMP but rid myself of it a few months ago. I was only in it for a few years but if I knew then what I know now...... Anyway if i get turned down for the Red Card, I'll give it a shot.
marty56 wrote:Yes its GE Moneybank. I got one while I was in DMP (Dont follow in my foolish steps).Great card. 3100 CL now and never asked for one.
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