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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

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Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

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I used the direct offer link from doctorofcredits blog. Maybe thats why? I would post a link but I'm on mobile.

@shoegal
Im pretty sure paypal credit is an Eq pull from comenity. Ive heard sometimes they double pull Ex. Its a nice to have in the financial toolbag. Hidden tradeline and 6mo no payment no interest over $99.

Thanks for the reply and data. Interesting that PP will let you get the card that way.  I was more curious for others as I really don't use cashback cards much and if I did, I'd gof or the 2.5% USAA Limitless.  Still seems like a good card and easy redemptions which is always a good thing.


I would love to get the USAA 2.5% Limitless but alas, I am not so lucky as to have military affiliation for membership.

 

Direct Application Link from DoC if anyone needs it.


That link still takes me to my PP log in. Might have to do it with a browser that doesn't have my login info stored.

 

Edit - Tried in Safari incognito and still takes me to PP login.  It says a PP account is needed to apply.  You never had to login into your PP account?

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

I kind of dig the look of this card..

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

Was looking for a 2% flat daily driver and this checked all the boxes. Got approved for $3500. This and my BCP will be doing some heavy lifting for a long time to come.
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Was looking for a 2% flat daily driver and this checked all the boxes. Got approved for $3500. This and my BCP will be doing some heavy lifting for a long time to come.

What's your TU 08 score?

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available


Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:
@Irish
I used the direct offer link from doctorofcredits blog. Maybe thats why? I would post a link but I'm on mobile.

@shoegal
Im pretty sure paypal credit is an Eq pull from comenity. Ive heard sometimes they double pull Ex. Its a nice to have in the financial toolbag. Hidden tradeline and 6mo no payment no interest over $99.

Thanks for the reply and data. Interesting that PP will let you get the card that way.  I was more curious for others as I really don't use cashback cards much and if I did, I'd gof or the 2.5% USAA Limitless.  Still seems like a good card and easy redemptions which is always a good thing.


I would love to get the USAA 2.5% Limitless but alas, I am not so lucky as to have military affiliation for membership.

 

Direct Application Link from DoC if anyone needs it.


That link still takes me to my PP log in. Might have to do it with a browser that doesn't have my login info stored.

 

Edit - Tried in Safari incognito and still takes me to PP login.  It says a PP account is needed to apply.  You never had to login into your PP account?


Hmmmm... I honestly dont remember. Im sure I had to log in but i have my username and password saved in Firefox so I may have clicked through so fast and didnt realize it.

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

[ Edited ]

Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:
@Irish
I used the direct offer link from doctorofcredits blog. Maybe thats why? I would post a link but I'm on mobile.

@shoegal
Im pretty sure paypal credit is an Eq pull from comenity. Ive heard sometimes they double pull Ex. Its a nice to have in the financial toolbag. Hidden tradeline and 6mo no payment no interest over $99.

Thanks for the reply and data. Interesting that PP will let you get the card that way.  I was more curious for others as I really don't use cashback cards much and if I did, I'd gof or the 2.5% USAA Limitless.  Still seems like a good card and easy redemptions which is always a good thing.


I would love to get the USAA 2.5% Limitless but alas, I am not so lucky as to have military affiliation for membership.

 

Direct Application Link from DoC if anyone needs it.


That link still takes me to my PP log in. Might have to do it with a browser that doesn't have my login info stored.

 

Edit - Tried in Safari incognito and still takes me to PP login.  It says a PP account is needed to apply.  You never had to login into your PP account?


Hmmmm... I honestly dont remember. Im sure I had to log in but i have my username and password saved in Firefox so I may have clicked through so fast and didnt realize it.


Weird because no matter how I try to get past the login, it still takes me there which makes sense because it says an existing PP account is required.  I get this message once i log in: 

 

"We are unable to process your request for the PayPal MasterCard*.

 

Maybe someone else with a PP Credit account can see if they can apply.

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

I think I figured out.  Tried with my g/fs account as she has PP Credit as well and it does require her to login but then takes her thru to the application page.  Totally forgot my PP account is a business one so that's probably why it won't let me apply.

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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available

$300 for one shoe? $600 a pair that would be $12 cashback. Your off to a great start on earning lots of cash back, even if you only have a $300 limit. Incidentally my last pair of shoes was $13 really thought I was splurging.
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Re: Paypal 2% Mastercard now publicly available


Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Ringwraith1986 wrote:
@Irish
I used the direct offer link from doctorofcredits blog. Maybe thats why? I would post a link but I'm on mobile.

@shoegal
Im pretty sure paypal credit is an Eq pull from comenity. Ive heard sometimes they double pull Ex. Its a nice to have in the financial toolbag. Hidden tradeline and 6mo no payment no interest over $99.

Thanks for the reply and data. Interesting that PP will let you get the card that way.  I was more curious for others as I really don't use cashback cards much and if I did, I'd gof or the 2.5% USAA Limitless.  Still seems like a good card and easy redemptions which is always a good thing.


I would love to get the USAA 2.5% Limitless but alas, I am not so lucky as to have military affiliation for membership.

 

Direct Application Link from DoC if anyone needs it.


That link still takes me to my PP log in. Might have to do it with a browser that doesn't have my login info stored.

 

Edit - Tried in Safari incognito and still takes me to PP login.  It says a PP account is needed to apply.  You never had to login into your PP account?


Hmmmm... I honestly dont remember. Im sure I had to log in but i have my username and password saved in Firefox so I may have clicked through so fast and didnt realize it.


Weird because no matter how I try to get past the login, it still takes me there which makes sense because it says an existing PP account is required.  I get this message once i log in: 

 

"We are unable to process your request for the PayPal MasterCard*.

 

Maybe someone else with a PP Credit account can see if they can apply.


Weird Indeed.

 

After refollowing the link and making sure i wasnt still logged into paypal, I discovered it does prompt you to log in which I surely did. I'm pretty sure from the login it took me to the application page where you enter income, personal info, etc. Hopefully we can get some more data points on this.

 

Here's a screenshot showing where I have both just for imperical evidence.

 

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