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According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

Im sure glad I have this card because MyFico seems to think its the best card since sliced bread!  (wish they would stop offering it to me as I already have it)  I do like the card but come on MyFico.  Here are some other links to consider.  http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/top-credit-cards/nerdwallets-top-10-credit-cards/   http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505145_162-57562745/best-credit-cards-for-2013/      http://www.dailymarkets.com/best-credit-cards-2013/       http://www.creditflare.com/top-10/top-10-rewards-credit-cards/       http://www.creditflare.com/top-10/top-10-cash-back-credit-cards/

 

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

They reaaaaaaalllllly want you to have another! Lol
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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

The ONE card to rule them all.  Smiley Tongue

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

Yup.  Consider that I just got an auto-CLI from Discover, maybe its not such a bad idea Smiley Happy



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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

I wouldn't put so much faith into most of those sites and their reviews of the best card offers. All these sites get paid to promote a certain card. As such their reviews will always be slightly biased.

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

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The discover it pop-up is pretty pushy too.

 

I like how the only perk the banner ad shows is the 18 month transfer, yet it puts it under many categories.

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

So glad it doesn't work on the iPad. I'd be really annoyed.
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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

I don't mind the links at the top of the page but the pop-up EVERY TIME I LOG ON TO MYFICO is exceedingly obnoxious. And before some myFICO representative reads this and thinks I only think it's obnoxious because it's always Discover, that's not it at all. ANY pop-up every time I log in would be annoying, even if it changed products with each visit.

 

If I frequent the myFICO forums the chances are high that I know how to go out and seek credit (for better or worse) myself. I don't need it shoved down my throat.

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

I've never had any pop up of any card when I sign in.

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Re: According to MyFico - Discover it rules all!

Guess which credit card company is currently paying myFico big bucks for advertising?


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