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There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

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You: I'm not talking about regular cash reward 1-2-3 card, I believe there is secured cash reward 1-2-3 card
CSR: I apologize there is no secured cash reward 1-2-3 card.
You: Alright, Thanks for your help.
 
yeah.. basically that's what they are saying, what's up with them? did they eliminated secured cash reward card?
:smileysad: mann..
edit:--seems like I did not put this text--
Few weeks ago I got approved with BofA secured card and I requested CSR to convert my secured card to secured cash reward card (I posted question regarding this few weeks ago on myFICO too) They said it will be mailed out within few weeks, then I still haven't received it yet and I contacted BofA today.
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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

Read this thread. http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/Bank-of-America-Secured-Card-Backdoor-Success/td-p/1483...
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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

I think after youve had your secure card after a year you can ask them to unsecure it and add 123 rewards.
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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

No you have to call the back door number and they will add it for you. I don't remember which one though.
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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?


supersam101 wrote:
No you have to call the back door number and they will add it for you. I don't remember which one though.

I'm so confused, I was be able to add it through chatting few weeks ago, oh well.. 

BoA Better Balance Reward - $1.5k (01/13) | Discover It for Student - $1.7k (04/13) | Capital One QuickSilver - $2k (05/13) | Amazon Rewards Visa Card - $700 (10/13) | Citi Forward for Student - $2.4k (10/13) | Amex BCE - $6k (10/13) | Chase Freedom - $1.5k (11/13) | Chase Sapphire Preferred - $6.5k (12/13) | Amex Delta Gold - $8.7k(12/13) | Chase IHG - $4k (2/14) | Chase Hyatt - $5k (2/14) | Amex Platinum (2/14) | Citi ThankYou Preferred - $3.5k (4/14) | Chase United Explorer - $5k (9/14) | Amex Delta Gold business - $3k (9/14) | I ALWAYS pay in full
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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

I think it takes four-six weeks for the product change from the date you received the secured card. 

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Re: There's no such thing like BofA Secured 1-2-3 cash reward card?

Alright, I will just wait for another few weeks :smileysad: 


supersam101 wrote:

I think it takes four-six weeks for the product change from the date you received the secured card. 


 

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