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Re: List your current cards (and cards you want to get)

Have:

 

Walmart/GECRB - 600/800

JCP/GECRB - 500

Dillards/GECRB - 300

Amazon/GECRB - 900

Hooters/Merrick Bank - 500

Orchard Bank/HSBC - 320

Credit One - 500

Capital One - 375/500

Bank Of America 123 Cash Bank - 300

Wells Fargo - 300

Macys - ? Soon will tell.

 

Want:

 

American Express BCE

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Walmart / SYNCB - 4,500/12,000 | JCP MasterCard / SYNCB - 5,500 | Dillard's / Wells Fargo - 5,000 | Amazon / SYNCB - 1,500 | Belk / SYNCB - 3,000 | Aeromexico Visa / US Bank - 300 | Capital One - 500/3,700 | Bank Of America 123 Cash Back - 12,000 | Wells Fargo - 300 |AMEX Green Card - NPSL | AMEX Hilton HHonours - 2,000 | PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature - 18,400 | PenFed Travel Rewards AMEX - 10,000 | PenFed PLOC - 5,000 | PenFed Thrifty Credit - 500 | Discover IT - 8,800 | Wyndham / Barclays - 2,500 | Citi Simplicity - 3,800.

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