07-07-2013 12:07 AM
ya..they keep sending me Diamond and AA visa offers in my mailbox....they need to stop printing the papers...save the trees!!
Perhaps they know you are sensitive to saving trees. They may be doing this, so you get their card, just to save the trees.
07-07-2013 08:34 AM
Looking thru yesterdays mail, oh look an offer from.....Guess Who??? Citi bank.
It's a green envelope this time, with 0% for18 months and after that 13.99% variable apr.
What?? 3days ago it was 21 months and after that 11.99% variable apr, for the TY CC.
What are they thinking??
07-07-2013 08:50 AM
Everybody always gets the good offers my citi one is for the TYP, but seems to be a preselected since it gives a variable rate of 12.99%-22.99% "based on creditworthiness".
No points, just a 0% for 18 months offer on purchases and balance transfers :/ don't plan on biting for new cards anyway, but c'mon, give me some good sign up bonuses if you want to tempt me
07-07-2013 08:49 PM
Get them constantly. In fact, they're one of my shredder's favorite flavors.
Yeah, but your shredder probably doesn't like the sticky glue they like to use in their mailings.
That's my second annoyance with these things, after the identity theft issue.
07-07-2013 08:52 PM
Citi bombs my mailbox too...but only for preapprovals for the Diamond Preferred, which is worthless to me. The only way they can get my attention is if they send me a really awesome AAdvantage offer. I wanna see at least 50k miles! :-p
07-09-2013 08:16 PM
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