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My dad swapped out his Circuit City card for it and then we added me as joint!!

 

Well I recently also product changed a platinum card to a signature Southwest Card that I was also added as joint to and I have replaced the business Amex Charge with the Southwest Card.

 

So right now I'm not really worried about util because I made use the of the "signature" part of the credit card already and charged up over the limit and will have it paid down before the statement cuts so I have raised the "high balance" that will report to credit, but eventually as I pay down other debt, it would be nice to not have to pay before statement to protect util, if it was a business card I wouldn't have to worry about it. 

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ok.  do you happen to know the month and year of when you got the freedom plus card?  that will help me figure out if Chase has discontinued it as a personal card since then.  I wonder if you got it before the "credit crunch" started.
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urgent_help_needed wrote:
ok.  do you happen to know the month and year of when you got the freedom plus card?  that will help me figure out if Chase has discontinued it as a personal card since then.  I wonder if you got it before the "credit crunch" started.
2 weeks ago.
Chase Freedom Visa is 3% for top 3 categories and has no annual fee.
Chase Freedom Plus Mastercard is 3% for top 6 categories and has an annual fee.
The people who obtained the freedom card over a year ago enjoy the original benefits for free that are now covered under the plus card with an annual fee. 

 

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thanks.  however I theinformation about regular Chase Freedom card I saw on website says

  • 3% Bonus cash back on gas, groceries and fast food purchases for the first six months*
  • 1% Unlimited cash back on everything else. No cap. No expiration.* 
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    Where can I find the Chase Freedom card you're talking about?  I'd love 3% on top 3 categories for the life of the card

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    urgent_help_needed wrote:

    thanks.  however I theinformation about regular Chase Freedom card I saw on website says

  • 3% Bonus cash back on gas, groceries and fast food purchases for the first six months*
  • 1% Unlimited cash back on everything else. No cap. No expiration.* 
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    Where can I find the Chase Freedom card you're talking about?  I'd love 3% on top 3 categories for the life of the card


    I believe if you read into it more, they are offering the benefits of the Plus card for the first 6 months, then it will revert to the 3% for top 3 categories instead of 6.
    1% for all other purchases that don't fall into your top 3 categories  

     

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    [ Edited ]
    Fidelity Retirement Rewards American Express with 2% cash back on everything

    http://personal.fidelity.com/misc/buffers/retirement-rewards-card.shtml.cvsr

    (Even though Fidelity calls this a "retirement rewards" card, The fine print reveals that you can choose to have the rewards deposited into any Fidelity account including a Fidelity brokerage account:

    http://personal.fidelity.com/misc/buffers/retirement-rewards-card_faq.shtml

    "What accounts are eligible for a Fidelity Rewards deposit?

    Individual Retirement Account registrations include Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, Rollover IRA, and SEP IRA. Other Fidelity accounts that can accept rewards are non-retirement brokerage accounts and Fidelity-managed 529 Plan accounts that accept Automated Clearing House ("ACH" ) deposits.
    "
    Message Edited by MojaveMoon on 02-06-2009 11:25 PM
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    There's also this:

    Emigrant Direct World Mastercard
    http://www.emigrantdirectmastercard.com/

    1.5% on the first $ 10,000 in purchases and 1.4% thereafter as long as you maintain a minimum balance of $ 10,000 in the Emigrant Direct savings account


    and this:

    HSBC Weekend Card (link)

    - Earn 2% cash back on Saturday and Sunday on every card purchase, everywhere.
    - Also earn 1% cash back on card purchases Monday through Friday.
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    And on another forum, a member last month said this regarding the Fidelity Visa Signature ...

    "Spoke with CSR. The 1.5% Fido Visa card will not be upgraded to 2% until after the intial AMEX offer has enough participants to make it a "stable account". The CSR mentioned that this promotional period is typically 6-12 mos. After then, I was lead to believe that the Visa card will get bumped up."
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    MojaveMoon,  
    As I think we have discussed before I have the Fidelity Visa Signature card. With the new 2% back Fidelity AMEX I have been wondering what is going to happen with the Visa. Do you remember what thread the quote below came from? I have tired in vain to find it.
    Thanks in advance for any help.
    Cheers 

    MojaveMoon wrote:
    And on another forum, a member last month said this regarding the Fidelity Visa Signature ...

    "Spoke with CSR. The 1.5% Fido Visa card will not be upgraded to 2% until after the intial AMEX offer has enough participants to make it a "stable account". The CSR mentioned that this promotional period is typically 6-12 mos. After then, I was lead to believe that the Visa card will get bumped up."

     

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    cobaltnv wrote:
    MojaveMoon,  
    As I think we have discussed before I have the Fidelity Visa Signature card. With the new 2% back Fidelity AMEX I have been wondering what is going to happen with the Visa. Do you remember what thread the quote below came from? I have tired in vain to find it.
    Thanks in advance for any help.
    Cheers 

    MojaveMoon wrote:
    And on another forum, a member last month said this regarding the Fidelity Visa Signature ...

    "Spoke with CSR. The 1.5% Fido Visa card will not be upgraded to 2% until after the intial AMEX offer has enough participants to make it a "stable account". The CSR mentioned that this promotional period is typically 6-12 mos. After then, I was lead to believe that the Visa card will get bumped up."

     


    Cobalt:  MM stated that that quote came from another forum. 

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