01-13-2013 08:14 AM
My experiences have been mixed.
I had standard BofA CC from long ago, and tried to PC. I was told that I can't. But, told again that I can when I called at a later time. I asked for the change, and was assured it would be processed.
I have never received the new card, and can only assume it hasn't or won't be processed, since it has been a few years.
At this point, I don't even care anymore--for the card or to even call them to follow up.
01-13-2013 08:14 AM
Nice! Congrats. Didn't know that they could PC over chat. And it looks like you got the rewards card you wanted .
Me either, I was waiting for him to say : you have to call. But i see people on here that chatted with cap one and got a PC so i figured i'd try it . Thank you!
01-13-2013 09:14 AM - edited 01-13-2013 09:17 AM
When I get my current balance paid off which will be in less than 2 weeks i'd like to PC to the cash rewards i have just the normal bank of america card right now. Has anyone had any success in the past with this? and do they do a hard pull, because if that's so i'll need to wait.
i recently received offers to change my BofA gold visa to their Cash rewards 1-2-3% (offers by mail and on the BofA website when I pay my bills,) so it seems it would be do-able.
EDIT: i see you were able to PC to Cash Rewards
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