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BofA question

About three weeks ago I called to have my secured CC changed to the cash rewards. Today I get an email that they have changed my account number, but I haven't received the replacement card yet. Is this normal because I was told that the account number would change once I activate the new card myself.
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Re: BofA question

The same thing happened when i unsecured and pc to cash rewards.  Took about 5 weeks to get new card, but was giving me rewards anyway. 

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