12-05-2012 03:49 PM
Yesterday i decided to buy a computer through Shop Discover and Apple. I figured combing the 5% bonus from the Online Shopping quarter with the 5% from the Apple Store through shop Discover would be a great idea. 10% back on a computer is a pretty decent chunk of change.
Anyway, I ordered the computer yesterday and got a reciept. A few hours later I got a call from Fraud Protection telling me that they flagged the purchase. I told them it was okay, but they said I needed to re-authorize the payment through Apple.
I went online to my apple account and re-authorized the purchase.
Then I realized that I didn't use the Shop Discover link before re-authorizing the purchase.
Did I screw myself out of that 5%? Or will it be okay because I already placed the order through Shop Discover and was just validating the payment?
I feel like if it doesn't go through on a technicality then I will have a good case to file a claim for missing bonus cash back. What do people think?
12-05-2012 03:53 PM
call them now and tell them about the issue.....It's Discover not CApital One......dont worry
12-05-2012 04:47 PM
12-05-2012 07:53 PM
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