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11-21-2012 01:13 PM - edited 11-21-2012 01:16 PM
Yeah, pretty much a generic offer for the same card -- Citi Thankyou or Simplicity -- I forget, but no pre-approved offers. I guess I'll have to settle for my Citi Diamond Preferred MC and enjoy my 0% apr on balance transfers and purchases till April or May 2014.
On another note, my Chase Amazon Visa -- just offered me my 2nd balance transfer with a 1% transfer fee at 0% apr.
11-21-2012 03:48 PM
Interesting... another pre-qual site! Fun!
I was approved for a Citi Diamond Preferred last August, with a $6800 CL. The site doesn't come up with any offers for me, just a generic "We think you might like" for the TYP card. I'm not looking for anything else at the moment -- I had a nice app spree last August and am quite content -- but it's fun to see what cards creditors are more likely to approve you for.
Thanks for sharing, ccnewcc.
11-21-2012 04:13 PM
Has anyone actually recieved a pre-approved offer or is this site just a decoy to encourage people to apply for the Thank-You Preferred?
On the first page of this thread RonDawg said that it matched him with 3 cards and even told him what his APR would be.
11-21-2012 04:17 PM
No matches for me - just Thank You Preferred.
That's okay, Amex doesn't think I exist either. Discover seems to be the only lender who is targeting me right now. I expect that to chenge after I go on my app spree.
11-21-2012 04:18 PM - edited 11-21-2012 04:20 PM
Are pre-quals based on HP or SP and what exactly is the difference in what they see on each of those?
Who does Citi pull normally?
And no, not for me I know my scores aren't good enough LOL..co-worker was talking about Citi the other day
11-21-2012 06:21 PM
just tried it and it says it can't match me with anything right now but i may like the citi thank you pref - i burned citi in 2010 and settled the debt in 2011 I know they aren't approving me for anything right now so i will not be pulling the trigger but really like that they started the prequalifications online!
11-21-2012 07:50 PM
No offers for me, although I also got the push for a TYP card.
oh so your telling me its not worth running out of the garden for such a wonderful offer lol
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