09-01-2013 09:08 AM
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10-11-2013 11:50 PM
I currently have a BOA secured card that is 9 months old today. After having the card for about 4 months I contacted BOA to see if I could add the 123 rewards. Took all of 60 secs for them to say "sure, your new card should arrive in 7 to 10 days." Anyway my question is this, since BOA will likely hard pull me when I request to have the card unsecured in 3 months, can I request a PC at the same time? I have had my eyes on a specific card from BOA for a few years now specifically the Alaska airlines Visa card.
Current fico scores
Exp- 681 (Amex pull)
TU- 677 (Walmart)
EQ- 659 (here)
Thanks for any Input you might have.
I tried PCing my Travel Rewards card to an Alaska credit card and they said it's not possible for anyone. But you can PC a secured card to an Alaska card?
10-12-2013 12:34 AM
BofA will PC within their own cards not partner cards like alaska... So 123 to executive 123 or breast cancer , etc.
And hp to unsecure not to pc
good info. thanks
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