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08-02-2007 10:40 PM
08-03-2007 01:23 PM
lost2007 wrote:I know I had 100% UTL on my cards and sure enough that was the reason they gave me on the online status page explaining the "reason" I was denied. I guess I have to wait for all those payments I made a couple of weeks ago to post on my reports and reflect toward my scores. Hey does anyone know what is the time frame Junier will let you re-apply for a card of there's....? 30, 60, ... 90 days???
08-03-2007 09:33 PM
09-02-2007 01:42 PM - edited 09-02-2007 01:44 PM
09-02-2007 02:14 PM
09-02-2007 03:14 PM
My Barclays (formerly Juniper) Osh Kosh was my first "big score" getting $2500 CL rather than the $300 and $400 CL I had been getting and begging to get. The Osh Kosh (and Carters store) rewards are pretty good for kids' clothes--although we've been getting WAY more rewards mileage outta our Place Cards.
If only I weren't too old for babies
09-02-2007 04:09 PM
09-02-2007 04:23 PM
I'm guessing here, but I think it is 20% or $100 per each $500 in CL for cash advances with Junny. I have a $1500 CL with $300 cash advance privileges. I can't say if they ever raise that or not.
milkshake wrote:I have the Juniper Travelocity MasterCard and I have not encountered any problems with them. My limit was only $500 but what can I say, it happens all the time...lol. There is one thing I like the most about them and that is security. Last week I went on a little mini vacation and used Travelocity.com to book a room. I came back home and pif just to let the creditor see that I mean business. Well day before yesterday I went to the ATM (during closed hours) and my bank card did not work (demagnatized) so I used the Juniper Travelocity card for $160 cashback. To my surprise, the bank said to call the cardholder which I did just to find out that my Cash Advance was only $100. Wooooeee, what if I was stranded somewhere? Well I took out $60 instead, the next morning, Juniper called me and wanted to verify that I made the transaction of $60 and tried to get out $160 at first. I verified that it was me but I also asked "wassup with the $100 cash advance?" His reply, "Oh that is how much we start everyone off with", yeah right, just call me upid and offer me brain surgery, Its enough they only gave me $500 to travel about 100 miles with in the cheapest hotel available but only allowing me $100 is really an embarrasment. I will never accumulate awards becaue there is not enough limit to the card anyway...lol. I still like my card, just had to add my story.
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