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New VS Card on the way?!

Hmm I got an email saying a new VS card is on the way, Not sure if everyone got that email too

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Re: New VS Card on the way?!

I got it too.  My card was recently upgraded to the VIP and I just got the nice black card and now I'm getting sent the crappy looking silver card.  Hopefully I can still use the black card or else I will have to spend more to get the newer black card.  I know the DW will be happy about that.

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Re: New VS Card on the way?!

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Oh boy, I sure wish I could get a VS card !!....   What is a "VS Card" ??

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Re: New VS Card on the way?!

Victorias Secret

April 2013 FICO Scores
Experian - 709 Chase Freedom Pull
Equifax - 788 BofA MLB Rewards Pull
Trans Union - 778 (GE Money Bank CLI scores)

In the Garden until at least 2014 to let the new accounts age and HP's fall off. 800 club here I come...
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Re: New VS Card on the way?!


KausticRage wrote:

I got it too.  My card was recently upgraded to the VIP and I just got the nice black card and now I'm getting sent the crappy looking silver card.  Hopefully I can still use the black card or else I will have to spend more to get the newer black card.  I know the DW will be happy about that.




I got the old black card with the same number as the original pink card on it, I never activated the new one and never had any trouble with using the old one instead so I'd imagine that it doesn't matter which version of the card you use that it's all really the same.  It's just a ploy to get us to spend! lol :smileyhappy:

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Re: New VS Card on the way?!


modernsurrender wrote:

KausticRage wrote:

I got it too.  My card was recently upgraded to the VIP and I just got the nice black card and now I'm getting sent the crappy looking silver card.  Hopefully I can still use the black card or else I will have to spend more to get the newer black card.  I know the DW will be happy about that.




I got the old black card with the same number as the original pink card on it, I never activated the new one and never had any trouble with using the old one instead so I'd imagine that it doesn't matter which version of the card you use that it's all really the same.  It's just a ploy to get us to spend! lol :smileyhappy:


I agree, I have the black one and the pink one and soon a new one I guess

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