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  1. Your best bet to to be nice/patient and work with the bureaucrats at your local Title IV agency. Unfortunately from my experience they are the DMV times ten so I feel your pain.
  2. Princeton Junction
  3. Approved WF Cash Wise Visa $3000 EX: 667
  4. Cashier at Chick-fil-a told me my Uber Visa was declined and asked me to pay some other way. Used my PNC Cash Rewards instead but was suspicious so I kept the receipt in case of double charge. Oddly enough I see the charge pending on Uber Visa so I'm not really sure what happened.
  5. Princeton Junction
  6. I finally got approved. $3000 limit. I have a feeling my troubles were caused by having ARS, Sagestream and LN on ice. However they approved me 24 hours after security cleared me. Very poor communication.
  7. After two weeks of calling everyday finally approved! U.S. Bank Cash 365 American Express - $3000.
  8. Princeton Junction
  9. What an understatement.
  10. Anyone have any recent experience with US Bank? I applied for a 365 Amex and was declined. They pulled EX, other reports are on ice. I called the backdoor number and asked for recon on Monday and I've been calling everyday since to track whats going on. I'm not getting any email updates so the communication is poor. Backdoor rep told me 2 to 5 business days to receive an answer on recon. This morning I did my call to the backdoor number again and it appears they need a copy of my license and ssn for the "Know Your Customer" law. I asked if I was approved yet, however there is still no answer on that. I find the length of time it's taking and the demand for ID/SSN unusual but I'm complying. Anyone have a similar experience?
  11. Approved before the labor day weekend: PNC Cash Rewards $4k Downside: Received the highest possible APR of 24.99%
  12. The answer remains the same as a similar previous post you made about IC Systems:
  13. If they report, the information must be accurate. From what you are saying, the information they transmitted to the CRA's is accurate. You paid an account after it was turned over to collections. (I know it's not the answer you want to hear.) A better technique might of been to negotiate a PFD with the CA. You lost your leverage. If this were me I'd dispute again at a later date and hope it falls off.
  14. I've hinted really hard here. PM me if you want to talk.
  15. Correct, believe us the $200 or $250 (depending on AAA or JAMS) is a small investment to make to defend a "LARGE upper 5 figures" claim. If I were you I would use to my advantage that JH suffers from an Achilles Heel: The right hand doesn't know what the left is doing.

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