So I’ve been told different things by 4 different people in the past 48 hours, to the point it’s becoming quite silly:
So I applied for Starling in Feb 2018, rejected. Applied again March, rejected. Applied once more final time in June, rejected.
I spoke to a man on email@example.com who told me I could re-apply 12 months from my INITIAL application (so I could re-apply Feb 2019). I then asked on live chat, this lady said 12 months from my final application, so this is different. Asked on twitter, I was told 12 months from my initial application. So 2-1 at the moment, then I asked again last night on my companies twitter:
“Hi there, 12 months from the decline, or the final time”
So I put a screenshot of the email and said I’ve heard different things to which they replied “That is a completely different situation” to which my response was:
“How so? It’s the same question, if I applied 3 times - can I apply from 12 months from the first one or the third one, he said first, you said third. So I’m not too sure which one it is”
To which then I asked them to clarify this process internally, because at the moment nobody really seems to know what is going on with the re-applying side… can someone please clarify as I want a straight answer and not to get an answer to then get another answer next year when I try to re-apply.
Really think this isn’t a difficult question to ask, surely staff should all say the same thing…