04-06-2013 12:55 PM
Hello.Everyone I'm new to this fourm .I want to know USAA (Non-full member ) or Fidelity AME which one offer great limit and hight reward .Wish your all have a good day
04-06-2013 01:03 PM - last edited on 04-06-2013 06:48 PM by LIGHTNIN
I'm counfuse .I just talk to someone on the web
"Edit": The card is offered through FIA card services....You are not required to have an account with us to have the card, Fidelity just offer the ability to have the card connected to a Fidelity account.
I don't need have an account with Fidelity to apply the card .Hummmmmm
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04-06-2013 04:25 PM - edited 04-06-2013 04:26 PM
This is a very hard question to answer. It all depends on what your individual needs are. Why do you want either of them? If you can answer that question you have your answer. A lot of lenders offer high limits and great rewards programs but to get those you must have a great credit profile and high scores.
Hope this helps you some
04-06-2013 10:20 PM
USAA could give you a high limit depending on your profile. Like for example based on the limits you currently have, FICO score, and also AAoA. I think they would be relying more on those factors, than anything. They're more profitable to Full Members, than partials. They'd probably give you a high APR as well, if you plan on carrying a balance that might turn out to be a negative for you. Good luck on your decision.
05-15-2013 06:04 PM
Go with the Fidelity AMEX! A lot of bad reviews with FIA Card Services, but I have had no issues!
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