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GE is Great!

I decided to apply for the cheveron visa card, but was counter offered for the store card. I'm not complaining though. I was approved for $600. So now I have 2 GE backed up cards! :smileyhappy:

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Re: GE is Great!

Congrats! GE is great!

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Re: GE is Great!

Congrats on your new card!



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Re: GE is Great!

Congrats

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Re: GE is Great!

Great, congrats!

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Re: GE is Great!

Lol they all good congrats 

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Re: GE is Great!

Grats.  They probably pulled TU as your EQ would probably had been high enough for Visa version.



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Re: GE is Great!

Honestly and personally speaking, I'd much rather have a GE backed card for the CLI. I have one MC and one VISA - but you can never have enough GE cards!

 

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Repo-ed wrote:

Honestly and personally speaking, I'd much rather have a GE backed card for the CLI. I have one MC and one VISA - but you can never have enough GE cards!

 

Grats!


Im the opposite.  I only want CL on cards that I can actually use.  I personally do not want a GE store card for Old Navy with 10k CL.



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Re: GE is Great!

GE is a good company cause they're VERY generous in CLI =)


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