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Will JCPenny Reconsider? & When should I call?

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Last night, I applied for a JCPenny card.  I got the message that I would get a response in 7-10 business days.  I'm thinking that I am already denied, but I will not know until I receive a letter.  My question is, is it too early to call them today to call the backdoor number?  If I do call the backdoor number, will they be able to inform me about the status of my application?  And also, if I was denied will I be able to reconsider? 

 

Thanks so much in advance.  I look forward to your responses. 

Message Edited by SCTeach28 on 12-16-2009 08:33 AM
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Re: Will JCPenny Reconsider? & When should I call?

My experience you can't recon a GE card, but I would call to get decision
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