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Capital one email transition of HSBC


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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

I just got the same email. I immediatly jumped on the phone to call them. Turns out they will not remove the rewards the E.O added for me earlier in the month and will not change my af from $19 (HSBC) to whatever the QSO is ($39).

   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

Ok good was wondering about them raising my annual fee. I going to email the EO about removing my annual fee else I'm going to close the card. Limit started at 320 in 2010 increase to 420 with a HP in 2012. Card only use for iTunes purchases because of the limit.

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josie wrote:
Ok good was wondering about them raising my annual fee. I going to email the EO about removing my annual fee else I'm going to close the card. Limit started at 320 in 2010 increase to 420 with a HP in 2012. Card only use for iTunes purchases because of the limit.

Might as well ask for a CLI while you're at it. I went from $400 to $1000 (I asked for $2000) - with a soft pull at that. They credited the AF in another call I made to them earlier this year.

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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

Will do thanks

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Current Score: 696 TU (690 wally) 633 EX 652 EQ
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Mine did not get any added rewards~ same crap card with a $59 annual fee ;(

 

 

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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

DH got his email. He hadn't even paid much attention to the new terms. Better than the 1% he had.
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Got the same letter via email 2 days ago. Actually tried for 2 1/2 weeks with EO and FB to get PC'ed to a QSO and they told me it wasn't eligible. A nice surprise to see that email it was upgraded.

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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

My HSBC card turned into a Platinum. I wonder if that's because it was an Orchard?

 

No such upgrade emails in my inbox.


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Re: Capital one email transition of HSBC

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My HSBC IS actually the Orchard visa gold card. On the website mine state its a platinum.

Starting Score: 581 TU 549 EQ 541 EX(LO Jan. 2011)
Current Score: 696 TU (690 wally) 633 EX 652 EQ
Goal Score: 700 TU 700 EQ


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