04-03-2009 05:35 AM
04-03-2009 05:49 AM
Same thing here. It took a few days for me to be able to get on the website, but then no APR. I did see where I could transfer balances for 9%, which was my rate with Citi, so I'm wondering if that is my APR. I'm go back on and see if I can find something that will tell me what it is.
04-03-2009 09:48 AM
I just found out about this card today when I signed out of my BoA online credit card stuff.
Would anyone recommend this over a BoA World Points Master Card? If I were to call and ask for a product change, I'd probably lose my points that I have since the UPromise one isn't a points card, correct?
Though I'd lose my points (most likely), I'd be able to keep my credit history from my current card, as well as credit limit and APR?
Has anyone else done this or most of the people that have them had Citibank's and got switched over automatically?
04-04-2009 02:32 PM
I'm in shock. I got my first BOA statement emailed to me today. My APR is the same as I had with CitiBank- 9.24%!
Here I was freaking out ever since I heard they were switching the Upromise card to BOA, thinking they would lower my credit limit and raise my APR. My credit limit was raised from 11,400 to 14,400 and my APR is the same! This is great news!
Hope the same happens for everyone else!
04-06-2009 10:47 AM
04-08-2009 06:28 PM
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