02-03-2014 05:22 PM
Congrats on the Barclay's. I too am a new card holder with them for about 2 weeks. So far I'm impressed with their website to manage the account and also really appreciate the free fico score available to cardholders. Good luck on your journey! -Barry
02-03-2014 06:09 PM
I've been following these boards for a while and want to say thanks for all the information! Thought I'd post some success and hope it pays forward.
After waiting weeks to see if Barclay would run a special Super Bowl sign up offer, I decided to bite the bullet and take the standard 10,000 points. I was approved for $500 yesterday and after calling got bumped to my requested $2,000 limit!
MY TU score is 656 and she said she was using the same report since it was just done last night. After being treated as a person and not a number, I plan on doing business with Barclay for a long time.
Congrats on the recon and the card.
02-04-2014 04:40 AM
Yeaaa, fellow Jets fan here! Don't get the Broncos card though..as soon as you swipe it, I heard the data transmission gets intercepted
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