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Re: Bank of america secured card unsecured ?

Got it! and in terms of the rewards would it include the following?  

 

1% cash back everywhere?

2% ' ' Groceries 

3% ' ' Gas etc?

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Re: Bank of america secured card unsecured ?

Yes.
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Re: Bank of america secured card unsecured ?


supersam101 wrote:
@dude11 regardless if ur card unsecured or not the annual fee will remain unless you open a new account.

My mistake don't know what I was thinking. This is correct the AF remains unless you get it waived.

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Re: Bank of america secured card unsecured ?

So I was coming on here to find out how to unsecure my secured BoA card that I have had forever.

 

So I went to check it for something and saw one of my accounts was higher than it should have been.

 

Looked and saw this: SECURED CARD COLLATERAL REFUND FDES NNF 

 

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