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Son of a...

So remember when I chatted with the EO for Orchard Bank back in March? My limit increased (which has been in effective since they reviewed my account), and the rep assured me that my annual fee would be permanently waived on the card.

 

Welp, guess not D: just got charged an annual fee on this statement that just closed. Sent a secured message just now, but if that doesn't work, guess the EO will be hearing from me very soon!

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Re: Son of a...

those fools!


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Best for you to just contact EO again right away.
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Re: Son of a...

Yea I would call now.



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daybreak.. do you mind me asking how in the world you got an orchard bank card up to $10k?? I had once back when for about 3 years, I couldn't get it past $550...

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Re: Son of a...


Mopar_Jones wrote:

daybreak.. do you mind me asking how in the world you got an orchard bank card up to $10k?? I had once back when for about 3 years, I couldn't get it past $550...


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Re: Son of a...

Same thing happen to me. I just called and closed the card.  Really is not a lost for me, and I want to reducemy number of cards anyways.



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