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Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

I just wanted to let people know that after 10 months, Juniper automatically increased my CL from $800 to $5000.  I PIF each month and ran about 500 through the card.  I hope this helps people!
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

Nice.  First auto CLI I have heard of from Juniper, but I dob't know the card.  Is it a special one?
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

It is the credit card that is linked to a savings account with their bank.  I think if you maintain an average balance of $10,000 or more you earn 1.5% cash back on all purchases.  Less than $10,000 earns you 0.5% cash back.  I thought it was a cool card to help me save once I graduated from college.  The cash back is deposited directly into your share savings account. 
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impressive CLI from Junny- did you get this in the Junanmi?
 
I had an Emigrant Direct for about 24 hours-
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

I'm not entirely certain what Junanmi is but I have had the card for about 10 months now.  I just did a search for cards with a savings feature.  I hope that answers your question Timothy.
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Timothy wrote:
impressive CLI from Junny- did you get this in the Junanmi?
 


DW's Barnes and Noble card (non Jumani) started at $15K and is now $16K 7 months later!
 
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

countrywide has a better deal you can get $50 into you saving account for every $2500 in net purchases, you also earn points on interest, but that not smart and they currently paying 3.55 on the same 10K balance
 
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

Sorry- In Sept 2007 there was a run on credit applications at Juniper.   They were granting big CL's and approving mutiple applications.

Romeoo47 wrote:
I'm not entirely certain what Junanmi is but I have had the card for about 10 months now.  I just did a search for cards with a savings feature.  I hope that answers your question Timothy.



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i'm confused.   i've had emigrant direct for quite awhile and it is only linked to my checking.  how does juniper fit in here?  what is card called?
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Re: Juniper's Emigrant Direct CLI

Correct me if I'm wrong but Barclay's/Juniper is the servicing bank.  They own the Emigrant Direct card.  The name of the card is called Emigrant Direct.  Here is a link to all of their cards.  https://www.juniper.com/app/ccsite/affiliates/prtnrCoBrandDynamic.jsp
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