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Random CLI from Orchard?

Just wanted to post my experience and see if anyone else has had the same thing happen?

 

I recvd an OB Gold MC at the beginning of September. I just checked my acct online and realized they randomly gave me a $20 CLI!

 

At first I thought "hahaha...$20" but I guess something is better than nothing, especially from OB!

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Re: Random CLI from Orchard?

Three month ago it would probably seem funny. But your $20 CLI is a whole lot more than everyone else's CLDs, like those through Amex. Who would have thought: OB is more generous than Amex on CLIs?

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