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oracles
Posts: 1,699
Registered: ‎08-18-2007

opt in/out

How do you check to see if you are opt out or opt in?

 

Thanks

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Creditaddict
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Registered: ‎10-23-2007

Re: opt in/out

 


oracles wrote:

How do you check to see if you are opt out or opt in?

 

Thanks



I believe you would just submit to opt in again... not sure you can see if your on the list or not 

 

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oracles
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Re: opt in/out

Thanks Credit, i just did it just in case

 

My scores are in the mid 700's but i am not receiving offers so i was alittle concern

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Re: opt in/out

You know what's odd, Oracles...I have good scores too (not as high) and the only things I ever receive offers for are Discover cards and Disney Visa cards, LOL.  I have no use for a Disney Visa card (as much as I love Donald), nor a Discover card. I feel Discover isn't used many places still, at least here in Boston.  Though I have seen it grow in popularity as of late.

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Re: opt in/out


oracles wrote:

How do you check to see if you are opt out or opt in?

 

Thanks


Pulled directly from EQ yesterday and noticed this info. printed at the bottom of the cbr. 

 

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