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BOFA PC

Looks like my PC was successful with BOFA logged into my account tonight an saw the Amex logo just waiting on my card now:smileyvery-happy:

 

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Re: BOFA PC

i've got to know. what does pc mean?

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Re: BOFA PC

Product Change


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Re: BOFA PC

I'm curious if BofA will product change a BankAmericard to either an MLB card, Accel Amex or a Royal Caribbean Visa.

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Re: BOFA PC

who knows i doubt they would do a hard pull but a soft at least

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thebostonredsox wrote:

I'm curious if BofA will product change a BankAmericard to either an MLB card, Accel Amex or a Royal Caribbean Visa.


They changed from a BankAmericard to accelerated Amex for me. Was a soft.

 

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congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: BOFA PC

Received my card in the mail today man this is one attractive card!


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mjbfan79 wrote:

Received my card in the mail today man this is one attractive card!


It sure is!  I haven't used mines yet.  Discover got my business in March and Chase getting it this month and next month.  I'll use it in May. 

 

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Re: BOFA PC

Anyone care to take a picture and "paint" out their personal info?  Would love to see a picture of it through a real camera.

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