I did everything I was supposed to do. When I didn't get credit on nocreditcard for doing the insurance.com offer, I sent the request in with all the header info of the email, and it was denied. I used my real info. Is there a specific reason this happened?
you have to wait 7 days before requesting credit because it may still credit in the next few days. This happened to me.
So why can't they tell me to wait, and request again later, not just deny me?
Because he expects people to know these things-- Just wait it out my friend.
[quote34a49ef749="jonohull"]So why can't they tell me to wait, and request again later, not just deny me?[/quote34a49ef749]
It's just the way it's setup. If you're gonna be doing these freebie sites then you're just gonna have to have patience and follow THEIR rules. Most sites do the same thing.
Be sure to read their TOS (Terms of Service) and FAQs if they have one.
Rick aka CorpRebel 8)
P.S. YGF's customer service has been excellent as far as I'm concerned. wink
Thanks for the advice. Maybe I was a little too quick on the credit request trigger, but I did wait for quite a bit after the time for auto-credit expired.
Ive had the same problem getting credit on a supposed instant credit and he said to wait 7 days and todays day 7 so i will make another request cry
I made several requests, past 7 days after, filled out everything as I was supposed to, and STILL got denied credit....Thought that was kind of odd....
It must be because of the headers. PM me your e-mail.