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Re: SAYING IT AGAIN

nah not a possibility they make enough off the people who pay for their fico score

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Amex is a significantly larger company that offers a far larger number of products. Is it surprising that there are more threads on them? Not to mention that the number of people interested in Amex products is significantly greater than those interested in NASA products. Amex is also consistantly popular, and not a FOTM.

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Can't tell if the OP is trolling or not, comparing a CU with 90,000 members to the juggernaut known as AMEX. I do think, however, there should be a new subforum for the latest hot credit card offers.

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SpendWisely wrote:

Can't tell if the OP is trolling or not, comparing a CU with 90,000 members to the juggernaut known as AMEX. I do think, however, there should be a new subforum for the latest hot credit card offers.


I can see it already

 

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lhcole77 wrote:

-Cal- wrote:

I would have to agree with this thread by stating we lose a great deal of efficiency by merging all of the NASA threads. It is quite a pain to read through 10+ pages to extract specific information such as how sensitive they are to inquiries, how recon friendly they are, if they're tax lien friendly, etc...

 

It is also my humble opinion that this decision would discourage users from sharing their personal experience by minimizing them to becoming just another "cog in the wheel". This would potentially reduce the amount of content and knowledge shared here in this great community. 

 

Thanks for reading!


When all else fails for me I go to the google. I search for criteria like you listed above and undoubtedly it brings up myFICO Forums and the related posts I am looking for 9.9 times out of 10.


I shouldn't have to rely on a 3rd party tool to search against a message board. The day I have to do that is the day I will find another credit related community to join. Also there are things in the advanced search in which google's engine is not optimized to do such as sorting by date. 

 

 

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RedMiniStapler wrote:

SpendWisely wrote:

Can't tell if the OP is trolling or not, comparing a CU with 90,000 members to the juggernaut known as AMEX. I do think, however, there should be a new subforum for the latest hot credit card offers.


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Well, that is basically what happens anyway!  Most recently double cash, Nasa, diners club (2 DCs....)

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longtimelurker wrote:

-Cal- wrote:

I would have to agree with this thread by stating we lose a great deal of efficiency by merging all of the NASA threads. It is quite a pain to read through 10+ pages to extract specific information such as how sensitive they are to inquiries, how recon friendly they are, if they're tax lien friendly, etc...

 

It is also my humble opinion that this decision would discourage users from sharing their personal experience by minimizing them to becoming just another "cog in the wheel". This would potentially reduce the amount of content and knowledge shared here in this great community. 

 

Thanks for reading!


Maybe, but people must also take the time to give a good title to their threads.   We have stuff like "Is it true?", "Should I do this" and even "Saying it again".  I remember at the peak of Nasa-mania, we had both "NASA FCU" and "nasa fcu" as thread titles.   If you are looking for recon friendly etc, that is as useless as one big thread, except you have to search in multiple threads.


I agree with this.........but you have to admit that titles such as SAYING IT AGAIN are at least a little bit intriguing.  It makes you wonder..........what are they saying and why are they saying it again? Lol.

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Man-Of-Steel wrote:

longtimelurker wrote:

-Cal- wrote:

I would have to agree with this thread by stating we lose a great deal of efficiency by merging all of the NASA threads. It is quite a pain to read through 10+ pages to extract specific information such as how sensitive they are to inquiries, how recon friendly they are, if they're tax lien friendly, etc...

 

It is also my humble opinion that this decision would discourage users from sharing their personal experience by minimizing them to becoming just another "cog in the wheel". This would potentially reduce the amount of content and knowledge shared here in this great community. 

 

Thanks for reading!


Maybe, but people must also take the time to give a good title to their threads.   We have stuff like "Is it true?", "Should I do this" and even "Saying it again".  I remember at the peak of Nasa-mania, we had both "NASA FCU" and "nasa fcu" as thread titles.   If you are looking for recon friendly etc, that is as useless as one big thread, except you have to search in multiple threads.


I agree with this.........but you have to admit that titles such as SAYING IT AGAIN are at least a little bit intriguing.  It makes you wonder..........what are they saying and why are they saying it again? Lol.


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