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Re: Centurion Acquired/Card Collection Complete

CONGRATS!!!!!!!   I am sure you will enjoy it....  A friend of mine has one and he loves using it here in Southern California....

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Nice, congratulations.  Can I ask, what benefits were you looking for that the platinum does not offer?

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liebsaz wrote:

I think the fees would be worth it for the amount of phone numbers I could potentially pull while out on the town.  need to figure out ways for it to "fall" out of your wallet maybe? :smileyhappy:


:smileyvery-happy: Where I live this card is just another cap one. I dont expect anything from it in terms of recognising it.

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Congratulations Tanner! VERY VERY cool. Don't forget to update your signature. Are you going to cancel the Platinum?

 

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I was reading that the palladium is actually tougher to get now because you must be a private banking customer with JP Morgan...and the average assets of those individuals are $30 million.

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+1


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Plat will be tied. Palladium does NOT require anything more than the ability to get a 15K CL. I called them the other night. Theres a post on here "Seriously considering palladium" I did but it turned bad so I requested it closed.

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TannerK wrote:

After being called a troll and had my 'life story' questioned I really debated posting this but there are a few people who have requested it... So here it is.

 

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Enjoy the card man!!!! it's beautiful and don't worried about what every body else says....

!!!! I'm on gardening mode !!!!

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Congrats on the card Tanner, but posting a picture doesn't prove anything. I only say this because you post in a way that implies you have conclusively vindicated yourself in the eyes of those people that referred to you as a troll, etc. It doesn't matter what people say, so don't let it get to you. I'm glad you got the card, enjoy the Delta GM :smileywink:

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Yeah, it is the same for my friend Jerry who lives in San Diego and spends alot of time in the La Jolla/Del Mar and Orange County areas.  Lots of people out here seem to have them and it doesnt seem to be that much of a big deal but it is still awesome recognition no matter what anyone says.  :-)

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