11-20-2012 06:04 AM
Morning all! I app'd for a card with them last night and got the "we need to verify a few pieces of information before we can give you a credit decision" message. I'm not sure what they need to verify because there's no baddies or anything on any of my reports. Is it worth it to call the backdoor number and speak with a credit analyst or do I need to wait?
11-20-2012 06:22 AM
When I applied with them I got the same EXACT message. I called the number on the message screen and ended up getting approved.... CALL EM !
11-20-2012 06:37 AM
Call them now buddie
11-20-2012 07:53 AM
Is 866-677-1128 (from the backdoor list) I should call?
11-20-2012 04:35 PM
I will call whatever the number is taht was on the notification letter.........
11-20-2012 06:49 PM
Finally got a response via the automated system since I didn't get anywhere with the people in the credit dept. I was declined because "lack of or insufficient duration of relationship with Wells Fargo". Never heard of such thing. Is this worth a call to their executive office and would I actually get anywhere doing so? Although I don't currently have any accounts with them, I used to have an auto loan which was PIF in April of last year and never had a late payment within the 3 years of the loan so surely that should mean something. I'm really upset over this because it makes no sense. If they want members only, they should list that on their site.
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