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I just woke up and saw an email from Experian Credit Tracker for:

 

1. New account from ELAN reporting on the report

2.. Credit limit increase from $1,000 to $3,000 on my Target/TD Bank account.

 

I don't know why TD Bank is doing CLIs. I have a few CLIs report recently. But TD Bank has no pattern for CLIs. May be I should call and ask. :-)

 

So, what did you get in your email today?

 

 

 

 

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A few days ago from Discover bank that they are eliminating fees.

 

As part of our ongoing dedication to great service, we've made your life a little easier.

 

It used to be that if a check or electronic deposit to your Discover account didn't clear and was returned unpaid, you'd be charged a fee. But not any more. It's been eliminated.

 

Rethinking and reinventing banking for you. Thanks for being a customer.

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Email from Capital One about moving transaction notifications to mobile app.

 

Purchase notifications are moving from the Capital One WalletSM app to the Capital One Mobile app. Now you’ll have everything you need to manage your accounts in one place. Within the next few weeks, instant alerts will be turned off in Wallet, and you can set them up using Capital One Mobile.

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A few days ago from Discover bank that they are eliminating fees.

 

As part of our ongoing dedication to great service, we've made your life a little easier.

 

It used to be that if a check or electronic deposit to your Discover account didn't clear and was returned unpaid, you'd be charged a fee. But not any more. It's been eliminated.

 

Rethinking and reinventing banking for you. Thanks for being a customer.

 

 

they should - the OL fees was to cover clerical costs - not so much now with computers handling it all - OL fees are just junk

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Discover Alerts: A new account has been opened in your name.

Credit Karma: A change to your credit report. You paid off your balance.

WalletHub: An account was reported paid off.

 

Looks like either Experian gets updates faster or TU and EQ update late.

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