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Is it just me or UOB One online card application services are just so bad?

I applied for UOB One account online since two weeks ago and no word till date. I must say I am disappointed with their services. Is this just my unfortunate experience?

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    Very true there online services are terrible and card applications very bad experience too. In my case I tried to apply for the UOB one card for about 3 weeks. I first tried to apply through internet banking account, got rejected because I had to upload all my documents. I uploaded my documents and applied. Then began the series of excuses and unprofessionalism which resulted in getting a solution after one long week.

    2019.08.01 2:36

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