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Propel offer in the mail

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Propel offer in the mail

So this morning after getting up making some coffee I checked the mail and have an offer from Wells Fargo for the American Express Propel card I don't no if I should pull the trigger or even if these are solid I really can't afford another inquiry just to be denied I been kind of on a roll.

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Re: Propel offer in the mail

WF is a conservative bank sensitive to new accounts and inquiries. Based on your recent posts, I'd suggest no. Mailers are predominantly marketing.

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@blindambition wrote:

WF is a conservative bank sensitive to new accounts and inquiries. Based on your recent posts, I'd suggest no. Mailers are predominantly marketing.


I was thinking the same thing I'm gonna hold off for a tear or so thank you for the advice yes I went through a period there were I was just taking anything I could get I have seen how much gardening can do it does help

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Re: Propel offer in the mail

Also remember that the mailing list for this offer was probably compiled 6 - 8 weeks ago. 

WF mailers tend to be a little more solid then say, Citibank

God luck


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