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jigglypuff
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Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

Has this happened to anyone else? The CSR I spoke with about reconsidering my application a couple weeks ago sent me a Hallmark card congratulating me on graduating college (granted, I graduated in May..., but it was something we spoke about when I had her reconsider my app). I'm so touched, though!!

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BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

Thats really nice! Stuff like that I hold on for ever as a memory. 

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heyitsyeh
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

Sadly, I did not receive such a card for graduating college...in fact they took the liberty of converting my accounts to minimum balance accounts in the middle of grad school

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youngman1234
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

My last 3 cli requests where due to big events in life... I got 3 different cards from them. And once I called in detail to ask how the point system works, the rep I guess was so pleased she sent me a hallmark thank you for being a valued customer..lol
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FinStar
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

I have recevied three cards from them just this past year, so the added personal touch (like Discover) is pretty cool.

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jigglypuff
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!

does Discover send cards too?


FinStar wrote:

I have recevied three cards from them just this past year, so the added personal touch (like Discover) is pretty cool.


 

American Express Green Card (11/95): NPSL | Chase Freedom Visa Signature (6/13): $5,000 | Discover it (6/13): $14,000 | Capital One Quicksilver MasterCard (11/13): $4,000 | Victoria's Secret Angel VIP (11/13): $1,150 | Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature (12/13): $7,300 | Citi Dividend Platinum Select Visa (12/13): $4,700 | Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard (12/13): $1,500 | 1-2-3 BankAmericard Cash Rewards Visa (12/13): $2,500 | Chase Slate Visa (12/13): $500 | Target REDcard (5/14): $1,000 | American Express Amex EveryDay (7/95): $6,000 | American Express Blue Cash Everyday (7/95): $6,000 | Fidelity Investment Rewards American Express (7/14): $9,000 | Citi Double Cash (8/14): $8,000
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FinStar
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Re: Received Card from BofA - not a credit card!


jigglypuff wrote:

does Discover send cards too?


FinStar wrote:

I have recevied three cards from them just this past year, so the added personal touch (like Discover) is pretty cool.


 


I've gotten a couple from them over the years and a couple little G/C tokens as well.


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