Re: Hard Inquiry if accept FNB Omaha pre-approv
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10-17-2012 06:44 PM - edited 10-17-2012 06:45 PM
that is the surprising thing, I'm not a customer. And while I do have some good cards (w/o AFs) like Capital One, Target, Amazon and USAA, I got those by proactively applying. The pre-approved card offers I usually get are for crappy sub-prime cards with huge annual fees and/or signup fees. This is actually my first pre-approval letter for a card without an AF. After hearing how careful FNB is about approving people I'm wondering if they sent it by mistake.