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Re: US Bank CASH+ Starting Limit: BANG APPROVED 25K

Anyone else having an issue with charges disappearing ? i had a charge that was just over 600 dollars that i made on the 28th. It had been pending for a while and then i noticed yesterday day the pending transaction disappeared. I thought well finally after over a week it would post today. But its just gone now.. Charges that i made before and after it have posted. I still show other pending charges.. But that charge is just gone.

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Re: US Bank CASH+ Starting Limit: BANG APPROVED 25K


Woolfman wrote:

Anyone else having an issue with charges disappearing ? i had a charge that was just over 600 dollars that i made on the 28th. It had been pending for a while and then i noticed yesterday day the pending transaction disappeared. I thought well finally after over a week it would post today. But its just gone now.. Charges that i made before and after it have posted. I still show other pending charges.. But that charge is just gone.



I haven't noticed any disappearing.....yet.  I seem to have the opposite problem.  I made a $2,000 purchase on Saturday and I could see it as a "pending authorization" via the mobile app (but not online as I can't see any pending items online).  Today it finally posted in online banking, but it's also showing up as both posted and as a pending authorization on the mobile app.  Also, today I made a payment of $900.  When I logged into the mobile app, it showed my available credit as $900.  That freaked me out (I thought they were taking adverse action against me lol), so I had to call them to confirm my credit limit hadn't been reduced.  All was fine, thankfully.  I mentioned to the CSR that the mobile app was showing my avail credit as $900, which happened to be the same amount as a payment I had made today.  She said she was going to forward this info on to someone in the hopes it may be fixed someday.

 

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