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SpamSandwich said:randominternetperson said:Here the passive voice rejection letter btw (missing a comma):Thanks for your interest in Apple Card. Goldman Sachs Bank USA has received your application and it was unable to be approved.
If you still want to apply for the Apple Card please re-attempt your application.
If you'd like to learn more about this decision, please contact Goldman Sachs Bank USA by chat or phone or by mail at the address below within 60 days.
I just applied and got an immediate non-acceptance. None of the above apply to me. Credit score of 830. No late payments on anything for years. Good salary. Haven’t applied for a new CC in years. Long credit history.
I guess I’ll call and see what they say. Wish me luck. If you’re in the same boat, it’s not just you.
Interesting to think that Apple could have been this generation's Berkshire Hathaway. Instead of buying billions of dollars worth of Apple shares each quarter, they could just as easily have purchases shares in Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Netflix, etc. In short order they would have enough stake in those companies have seats on the board. My understanding is that this practice is (was?) standard practice in Japan, so all the major industrial companies were closely linked. On net, I expect it's a good thing that this isn't the practice in the US, but it's interesting to think about.
corrections said:dysamoria said:They should buy it all back and delist. Getting off the gambler’s market would result in far more stability.
rob53 said:I'm still getting one and will get rid of my extra cards I've kept to keep my credit card history higher.