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Any way to change design on BoA 123 Cash Rewards?

I've had the BoA 123 Cash Rewards card for almost two years now and I keep having people mistaken it for a debit card.  It's kind of annoying and I know they are making that mistake because of the card design.  Does anyone know if there's any way to change the card design on it to something more distinctive?  Thanks.


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Re: Any way to change design on BoA 123 Cash Rewards?


lithium78 wrote:

I've had the BoA 123 Cash Rewards card for almost two years now and I keep having people mistaken it for a debit card.  It's kind of annoying and I know they are making that mistake because of the card design.  Does anyone know if there's any way to change the card design on it to something more distinctive?  Thanks.



Haven't seen anything on the website that would indicate that one can change design.  Looks to me like most of the cards have the same "look" to them.  Not sure what you mean by looking like a debit card because of the card design. There are some Speciatly cards that you could probably inquire about a PC to, that have a different look.

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Re: Any way to change design on BoA 123 Cash Rewards?


lithium78 wrote:

I've had the BoA 123 Cash Rewards card for almost two years now and I keep having people mistaken it for a debit card.  It's kind of annoying and I know they are making that mistake because of the card design.  Does anyone know if there's any way to change the card design on it to something more distinctive?  Thanks.


when i got the cash rewards card last Sept, i wasn't asked (offered)  to choose a design, which makes me think there aren't any design choices available for that card.

you can always ask :smileyhappy:

( if you are able to change the design, please let us know!)

 


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lithium78 wrote:

I've had the BoA 123 Cash Rewards card for almost two years now and I keep having people mistaken it for a debit card.  It's kind of annoying and I know they are making that mistake because of the card design.  Does anyone know if there's any way to change the card design on it to something more distinctive?  Thanks.



Haven't seen anything on the website that would indicate that one can change design.  Looks to me like most of the cards have the same "look" to them.  Not sure what you mean by looking like a debit card because of the card design. There are some Speciatly cards that you could probably inquire about a PC to, that have a different look.


 

Not a bad suggestion. I have one that supports my Alumni Association, and it has a different look. Other than the affinity cards, I don't believe that they offer any additional designs.


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Re: Any way to change design on BoA 123 Cash Rewards?

You can try http://www.walla.by/ "The Wallaby Card is one card to rule them all. Carry just one card and maximize cash back rebates, merchant discounts, frequent traveler rewards."

 

I've never tried it and probably would never, but if it works. Could be cool.

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tinuviel wrote:

thom02099 wrote:

lithium78 wrote:

I've had the BoA 123 Cash Rewards card for almost two years now and I keep having people mistaken it for a debit card.  It's kind of annoying and I know they are making that mistake because of the card design.  Does anyone know if there's any way to change the card design on it to something more distinctive?  Thanks.



Haven't seen anything on the website that would indicate that one can change design.  Looks to me like most of the cards have the same "look" to them.  Not sure what you mean by looking like a debit card because of the card design. There are some Speciatly cards that you could probably inquire about a PC to, that have a different look.


 

Not a bad suggestion. I have one that supports my Alumni Association, and it has a different look. Other than the affinity cards, I don't believe that they offer any additional designs.


https://www.bankofamerica.com/credit-cards/view-all-credit-cards.go  There's a variety of cards to choose from, beyond the regular BofA look

 

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Re: Any way to change design on BoA 123 Cash Rewards?

The Susan G. Komen Cash Rewards card has the different look you're going for and it helps a good cause!
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