07-01-2008 08:03 PM
Discover Open Roads is issued by Discover Bank.
Sam's Club Discover is issued by GEMB.
No relation between the two, other than the fact that the card is processed through the Discover Network. (The way that a BofA AmEx is processed like an AmEx, but it has nothing to do with American Express Centurion Bank.)
MsQueenB's boss might have been getting calls from GEMB, saying that they were calling about her Discover card, but the calls wouldn't have been coming from Discover.
Just curious, why would you want to switch from Open Roads to Sam's Club? I keep looking at Open Roads as a one-day card for me.
07-02-2008 06:25 AM
psychic wrote:I receive better rewards using my Citi Dividend Platinum Select MC at Sam's Club! Before they started accepting MasterCard, I paid by check at Sam's Club.FretlessMayhem wrote:Yeah. I have racked up a whole $1.22 so far, yet somehow also managed to rack up over $100 in cash back on my Chase Freedom in the same time period.
If I didn't already take the hit for this card, I would ditch it.
Message Edited by psychic on 07-01-2008 08:03 PM
07-02-2008 02:27 PM
07-02-2008 03:30 PM
USC08 wrote:i got approved yesterday for the highest tier for the sams club discover card. $5400 limit..my question is how should i go about using it? Should I use it like i do with any major credit card? have low util then pay in full etc etc?
07-02-2008 05:54 PM
USC08 wrote:Is it possible for them to decrease my credit limit if i should use it only 2-3 times a month for small purchases?
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