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coldfusion
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Re: Account Closures


@Remedios wrote:
I dont know what you're talking about. It's 3:37 PM. In the only time zone that matters.

You watch was 3 hours slow. 

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Message 61 of 63
simplynoir
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Re: Account Closures


@coldfusion wrote:

@Remedios wrote:
I dont know what you're talking about. It's 3:37 PM. In the only time zone that matters.

You watch was 3 hours slow. 


We don't need east coast bias here

Message 62 of 63
Anonymous
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Re: Account Closures


@Anonymous wrote:

So this entire thread is about two account closures?  Yet the OP says "Today, I've seen a lot of account closures, not just with DISCOVER, but with BoA and Amex. This is one day. Probably more to come,  and with other lenders. We are such a small population, so this might involve 10s of thousands of accounts,  if not many more."

 

I wasn't online much yesterday but I scanned through the recent threads and can only find BofA closing two of South Jamaica's cards for understandable reasons, and Thornback's Discover account being frozen (not closed) for a 4605-T request.  I'm quite sure these two events are not worth panicking over.


No panick here for me, I don't expect any AA on my accounts. Others are more worried, and that's understandable. Addicted_to_credit got a letter about DISCOVER card being closed. Another user had an Amex card CLD I thought, but that looks like a spending power reduction which isn't the same. That one doesn't count. To some, a 4605-T is as good as a goodbye cardholder, because, understandably, they won't do it.

Message 63 of 63
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