05-11-2009 01:22 PM
I just received a letter from HSBC stating that my Office Max credit card is cancelled as of 5/13/09 and the same message is now on their website: http://www.officemax.com/home/custom.jsp?id=m28000
Anybody have any suggestions for the best option for a credit card for office supplies?
05-12-2009 06:56 PM
did they say why they are canceling it? I got it about 6 months ago with 5k, I have used probably $200 on it EVER!
05-13-2009 06:29 PM - edited 05-13-2009 06:36 PM
I was on the USbank and saw this
unlimited 3% cash cell phone, gas and office supply never expires Plus a a 25% annual bonus up to $250 a
bummer you have to apply at a local branch
05-14-2009 04:38 AM
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