09-06-2012 12:15 PM
I guess you have something new to add to your siggy now!
09-06-2012 12:50 PM
Thanks for the heads up!! I am doing it right now but what should I pick for my second category lol.
So if I choose now then its good through the end of September and then I pick again for the next quarter?
I chose department stores as my other 5% category (mainly because of back-to-school shopping). And I have chosen the same categories for the Oct-Dec quarter since I will be doing a lot of holiday shopping in department stores. But there are some other categories such as home improvement stores that are also tempting, especially if you plan on making home repairs/upgrades or purchasing new appliances at stores like Lowes or Home Depot. Wish I would have had this card back in April when we bought a new dishwasher as well as a new washer/dryer combo.
Yes, if you choose now it should be effective through the end of this month and you would still have to pick again for next quarter.
09-06-2012 01:24 PM
09-06-2012 05:49 PM
Well I took a chance this weekend and apped for the Cash+. After not hearing anything all week I called underwriting and they said I was approved for the cash+ visa Sig for $10,000, my highest line yet. My next highest line is 7.5k on my GE Amazon.
I could not have done it without all your help. Thank you.
Congrats! I recommend using it regularly for your first few months to see if they provide you a "courtesy" CLI... they are great about doing this for new card holders. Congrats again!
09-06-2012 06:08 PM
I went to apply for this card several months ago, and they sent me a nice letter stating that since they do not service my area, I would not qualify. tsk tsk. ha ha
I have heard this card is available in all 50 states. App over the phone and ask the rep.
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