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dillards card message

i applied for the dillards card online, but i got a message telling me that they'd contact me by email in 4-5 days or by mail in 7 days if i didn't provide an email address.  has anyone had this type of message? is this a denial or a maybe?
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Re: dillards card message

It can go either way.  I was denied by email a few days later.  But then again, I have not been approved for any GEMB product. :smileysad:
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Re: dillards card message

i called, because when trying to save my confirmation number, i accidently refreshed the page, so it sent in two applications.  when i called, she told me i was denied. :smileysad: said i'd receive an email of the reasons in the mail.  atleast i know.
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