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i applied for 0 percent card on your recommendation , not approved,, now have hard inquiry. Thanks

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There is also the chance of reconsideration with whoever you applied with. They're are many channels to take and a denial isn't necessarily the end of an application.

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Yes, don't trust the recommendations here, they are more of ads than actual carefully catered recommendations. It is best to go to a credit card companies website and check the preapproval link there. Keep in mind that some credit card company's preapprovals at their website can be useless as well. Some are very accurate though. Capital One and Chase are known to be accurate, Discover is known to be inaccurate. Do some google searching to find out what others are saying about a credit card company's preapproval accuracy before applying. As this denial does suck, a hard inquiry will not ruin you, only slight damage there.

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