01-11-2013 07:57 AM
I applied for the priorty club card, got the 7-10 day message. called backdoor number, lady was nice said approved for 10k inital. She said it would go to next department and congratiolations. Called back tuesday and said hey, my card was approved on the 1st and I havent seen it yet, guy said it was declined on review????? okay, can you look at it... yep, ill approve it for 15k because your a great customer. he says let me get my manager to approve it.. Okay thanks, Okay mr popham everything is good he is on board and we can have the final level finish it and ill call you tomorrow. well I called in and its declined again! insert few choice words!! lol, fine!! how about a cli then, okay additonal 5k done!
guess we win some and loose some. but damn!
01-11-2013 08:00 AM
01-11-2013 08:03 AM
for the new card, but he added 5k to our sapphire card to make the hp worth it
01-11-2013 08:05 AM
01-11-2013 08:15 AM
one bad mark from 2008 when I was overseas, he said upper management would not over look it. I told him I am disputing it and will end up sueing in federal court over it. he said once its gone call back. I think we hit our internal limit with chase becuase of the 3x spending on pd card, 2x on select and 1.5 times on the sapphire card. It would but our exposure well over 500k
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