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GMAC Equity Rewards MasterCard

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I just setup my account with GMAC Mortgage online so I can follow my account and pay my bills.  I see they offer a credit card too.  Seems like a decent deal.  Was wondering if anyone has ever used it before?
 

Earn 1% on all net retail purchases when you use your credit card.§

Each time you spend $2,500 on purchases, $25 will be applied directly to your mortgage balance on a quarterly basis.§ Introductory 0% Annual Percentage Rate (APR)† for Balance Transfers and Cash Advance Checks* through your first 12 billing cycles. (subject to a 3% transaction fee, no less than Min $10)

There's no yearly limit to the rewards you can earn!

Reducing your mortgage principal by even two or three hundred dollars a year could save thousands of dollars over the life of your mortgage, and using this credit card will make it effortless!

https://wwwa.applyonlinenow.com/USCCapp/Ctl/redirect?sc=FAA77S&mc=A000002B7I



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Re: GMAC Equity Rewards MasterCard

Looks like a B of A application....
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Re: GMAC Equity Rewards MasterCard

I wish it was, I know I would get approved.
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Re: GMAC Equity Rewards MasterCard

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unknown_entity wrote:
Looks like a B of A application....


It kind of is.  From the T&C:
 
"This credit card program is issued and administered by FIA Card Services, N.A"
 
Good observation.  The buttons and fields have the same design as those on BofA's site.


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So FIA Card Services is a division of BoA?
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Re: GMAC Equity Rewards MasterCard

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nicemann wrote:
So FIA Card Services is a division of BoA?


Yes.

 Edit to clarify:  FIA Card Services was formerly MBNA America Bank, which was acquired by BofA in 2005.
 


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