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BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

I was able to successfully do change my Signature Visa with a $10,000.00 limit into a Platinum Plus Mastercard. Same cash rewards program (kept my cash reward), same APR, same credit limit -- except, the limit will now report on my credit reports. :smileyhappy:

 

Took BofA approximately 2-weeks to initiate the transfer once I made the request; should have the new card within 7-10 days.

Current Scores (as of 04/22/13): EQ FICO=795; TU FICO =766; EX =763

BankAmericard Cash Rewards ($20,000) | Amex Platinum (NPSL) | Amex Clear ($20,000) | Amex Blue Cash ($2,500) | Chase Freedom ($11,000) | PenFed Platinum Cash Rewards ($5,000) | Barclaycard Apple ($5,000) | Discover More ($6,500) | BankAmericard Cash Rewards [Authorized User] ($15,000)
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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

Did they pulled your credit report, i guess they shud not..

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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

They dont have a World Mastercard?

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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard


Pardeep wrote:

Did they pulled your credit report, i guess they shud not..


Nope, no pull for this.

 

Current Scores (as of 04/22/13): EQ FICO=795; TU FICO =766; EX =763

BankAmericard Cash Rewards ($20,000) | Amex Platinum (NPSL) | Amex Clear ($20,000) | Amex Blue Cash ($2,500) | Chase Freedom ($11,000) | PenFed Platinum Cash Rewards ($5,000) | Barclaycard Apple ($5,000) | Discover More ($6,500) | BankAmericard Cash Rewards [Authorized User] ($15,000)
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Correction wrote:

They dont have a World Mastercard?


They do, but I wanted the limit to report on my credit files, so I chose the Platinum Plus Mastercard.

Current Scores (as of 04/22/13): EQ FICO=795; TU FICO =766; EX =763

BankAmericard Cash Rewards ($20,000) | Amex Platinum (NPSL) | Amex Clear ($20,000) | Amex Blue Cash ($2,500) | Chase Freedom ($11,000) | PenFed Platinum Cash Rewards ($5,000) | Barclaycard Apple ($5,000) | Discover More ($6,500) | BankAmericard Cash Rewards [Authorized User] ($15,000)
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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

Generally speaking, when someone PC's, or product changes their card just to a different card, there is no hard pull done. As for the World Mastercard, I believe it acts the same as the Visa Signature, which is NPSL. 

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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

You are too in love with limit reporting. There is nothing wrong with not reporting a limit.

 

Visa Signature to Platinum MasterCard is a big downgrade. You are losing extended warranty protection (MC has the worst warranty vs Platinum Visa), travel perks, etc.

In My Wallet:
Citi Forward (12/2010) | Citi Dividend (05/2011) | Chase Freedom (11/2011) | GECRB/PayPal (05/2012)
Discover it (07/2012) | AMEX BCP (09/2012) | TD/Target REDCard (10/2012) | Chase Ink Classic (11/2012)
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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard


trumpet-205 wrote:

You are too in love with limit reporting. There is nothing wrong with not reporting a limit.

 

Visa Signature to Platinum MasterCard is a big downgrade. You are losing extended warranty protection (MC has the worst warranty vs Platinum Visa), travel perks, etc.


True, if my goal was to have the Signature perks, but I am not interested. My Amex Premier Rewards card will suffice if I need additional purchase protection.

 

Current Scores (as of 04/22/13): EQ FICO=795; TU FICO =766; EX =763

BankAmericard Cash Rewards ($20,000) | Amex Platinum (NPSL) | Amex Clear ($20,000) | Amex Blue Cash ($2,500) | Chase Freedom ($11,000) | PenFed Platinum Cash Rewards ($5,000) | Barclaycard Apple ($5,000) | Discover More ($6,500) | BankAmericard Cash Rewards [Authorized User] ($15,000)
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trumpet-205 wrote:

You are too in love with limit reporting. There is nothing wrong with not reporting a limit.

 

Visa Signature to Platinum MasterCard is a big downgrade. You are losing extended warranty protection (MC has the worst warranty vs Platinum Visa), travel perks, etc.


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Re: BankAmericard Cash Rewards change from Signature Visa to Platinum Plus Mastercard

You sure it wasn't reporting limits?  Many visa sig reporting limits now

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