10-13-2009 08:54 PM
Hi everyone. I have been out of the credit card loop for a few years now, and have found out that there are some new names in credit cards that have emerged. Here are a few credit cards I never heard of before, and I am hoping someone can shed some light on how good they are. Partners First, Iberia Bank, Simmons First, PNC, and Regions.
10-13-2009 11:23 PM
10-14-2009 03:37 AM
Only know of one bank that you posted...PNC is a prime bank.....Pittsburgh National Bank is what it used to stand for - I have no idea if they dropped the entire name and now use just the three letters...they have been around for a long time...
10-14-2009 11:16 AM
IberiaBank used to be Pulaski Bank,,, From what I've read, you need ueber credit for it and Simmons First,,
I think Partners First is a credit union isn't it? The others I know little about,,,
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