05-13-2013 04:37 AM
I got the loan for a new vehicle, a couple of increases on the NFCU card, Cap1 card and Citi card, all SP I apped for a Priority Club Select Visa:
"Congratulations! Your application has been approved.You will receive your new card and your Cardmember Agreement within 7-10 business days. When your card arrives, simply call the toll-free number provided to confirm receipt.
Your new account has a credit line of $5,900.If this does not meet your needs, please discuss available credit line options with our Customer Service Specialist when you call to confirm receipt of your card.
If your application included balance transfer requests, those requests are still under review and you will hear back from us within the next 10 days.
Thank you for being our customer."
Scores are what you see and I've had a checking account since WaMu.
05-13-2013 05:07 AM - edited 05-13-2013 05:13 AM
Not yet. The main reason I got it was for the hotels. They have a lot of overseas properties and when I'm back in the states I drive all over the west. Have you seen how many Holiday Inn branded hotels are along interstates?
Edit: APR is the max, 15.24%, the BT won't show me the offer yet, it says I don't have enough available credit. I take this to mean I don't actually have an activated card yet.
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