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SleezeBall
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IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?  role play for a minute, you just won the $500M powerball, used your attorney to hide your identity, cashed it out and paid off all your bills, setup a trust fund that is being professionaly managed for investment return -- basically money no object, your credit is now steller, but you want to simplify your life.  what credit card would you choose and why?

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creditnocash
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

obvious answer would be the amex centurion. 

but since money is no object you dont need credit 

 

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mikka1
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

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It would obviously be either Visa or MC for me, not Discover or Amex for the simple reason of wider acceptance of first two payment systems almost everywhere in the world compared to the latter ones.

As long as with such a fortune cashback or any other perks are unlikely to matter :-), I would probably just choose something like JPM Select Visa Signature...

 

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brother7
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?


mikka1 wrote:

It would obviously be either Visa or MC for me... for the simple reason of wider acceptance.

As long as with such a fortune cashback or any other perks are unlikely to matter :-), I would probably just choose something like JPM Select Visa Signature...


After reading this review, I would tend to agree... J.P. Morgan Palladium card it is!


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Smug
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?


brother7 wrote:

mikka1 wrote:

It would obviously be either Visa or MC for me... for the simple reason of wider acceptance.

As long as with such a fortune cashback or any other perks are unlikely to matter :-), I would probably just choose something like JPM Select Visa Signature...


After reading this review, I would tend to agree... J.P. Morgan Palladium card it is!


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L-TWT
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?


SleezeBall wrote:

IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?  role play for a minute, you just won the $500M powerball, used your attorney to hide your identity, cashed it out and paid off all your bills, setup a trust fund that is being professionaly managed for investment return -- basically money no object, your credit is now steller, but you want to simplify your life.  what credit card would you choose and why?


One that I would not have to pay back.......!:smileylol:

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AF_23
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

A card that offers 0% F.E. fees because im traveling if i won that kind of money.

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navigatethis12
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

As mikka1 said, American Express is not accepted everywhere, but if in this scenario they are, I would choose the Fidelity Invenstments 2% card. Other than that, I would choose the PNC Cashbuilder at 1.75% cashback.

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armbenderc
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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?


SleezeBall wrote:

IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?  role play for a minute, you just won the $500M powerball, used your attorney to hide your identity, cashed it out and paid off all your bills, setup a trust fund that is being professionaly managed for investment return -- basically money no object, your credit is now steller, but you want to simplify your life.  what credit card would you choose and why?


Amex Centurian.

 

 

2013 Approvals: Discover IT - 3/1, Amex BCE - 3/4, CSP - 5/4, Barclay Ring - 6/12, BoA Privileges Cash - 6/27, Citi TY Preferred - 8/6, OCCU Duck - 11/4, USBank (Cash+) - 11/22, Wells Fargo - 12/21, Nordstrom - 12/29

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Re: IF you could have only ONE credit card, what would it be and why?

Centurion. If I couldnt get that, Credit One Platinum.

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