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Recons thru PFB

Hello, I have just sent off recon letters via snail mail, no i want to do them via PFB as well. my question is should it be address to the bank that issues the cards or thru the company i applied for ex. declined for home depot, should i send it to home depot or to chase bank? Thanks for any help
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Re: Recons thru PFB

Home Depot is actually backed by CITI
 
I would do a phone recon-
 
CITI was recently forced to increase the requirements for the HD card-

jayzmen wrote:
Hello, I have just sent off recon letters via snail mail, no i want to do them via PFB as well. my question is should it be address to the bank that issues the cards or thru the company i applied for ex. declined for home depot, should i send it to home depot or to chase bank? Thanks for any help


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Re: Recons thru PFB

Oh ok i see I was wondering why i got lowes but not hd. I will try to call but i'm better at writing that speaking haha. so i take it the pfb letter should be sent to the bank
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