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Bank of America extra cash back offer

I got some interesting mail today from BoA. I had their Accelerated Cash Rewards Amex before I consolidated the line with my Fidelity card. However, I'm still getting letters about my account even though it supposed to be closed. I'm emailing the executive office about it, just to make sure its taken care of.

 

Anyways the letter said,

 

Dear Adam "grinlikechelsea,"

 

Activate your offer to earn 5% cash back (up to $25) on qualifying airfare, hotel, travel agency, car rental, and cruise purchases made with your Bank of America Rewards American Express Card through March 31, 2014.

 

Visit bankofamerica.com/easyrewards and use registration code: xxxxxxxxxx

 

We appreciate your business. Thank you for choosing Bank of America.

 

Quite a nice surprise even though I can't use it. Anyone else gotten one of these?

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Re: Bank of America extra cash back offer

Yup I got it last month

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Re: Bank of America extra cash back offer

This is a sign.... you COULD be getting 5% back on that valet parking charge.....

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Re: Bank of America extra cash back offer

An item to keep in mind, the reward offers come from a separate department that has the account linked, nothing more.  Sometimes it takes a while to cross-reference the information before those offers finally stop.  Pretty normal for some banks to have these linger for sometime - it doesn't mean the account is open.  For peace of mind or  kicks and giggles just check your online information or contact them to make sure the account is closed.  But escalating to the EO is a little overkill.

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FinStar wrote:

An item to keep in mind, the reward offers come from a separate department that has the account linked, nothing more.  Sometimes it takes a while to cross-reference the information before those offers finally stop.  Pretty normal for some banks to have these linger for sometime - it doesn't mean the account is open.  For peace of mind or  kicks and giggles just check your online information or contact them to make sure the account is closed.  But escalating to the EO is a little overkill.


Some truth to that. I suppose I'm just so used to emailing the EO about my account because BoA has been a PITA for awhile haha.

 

No worries, I haven't sent an email yet. I'll call and see what's up.

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