07-12-2007 10:55 AM
ah32 wrote:Wow! I did it! Just like that I was approved for a 2K credit line!! My first card approved over $300! I'm on my way! I'm just so excited right now. I will definitely ask for a higher limit once I activate the card. I'll wait to change to blue card. Thanks for all the great advice everyone! You rock!
07-14-2007 06:22 AM
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Your original application has been reviewed and we are happy to inform you that you were approved! Therefore, your additional request has been canceled. Your new card has been sent to you and, after calling to activate, you may begin using the Card immediately and start enjoying all of the benefits of Cardmembership.
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07-14-2007 06:50 AM
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