10-04-2013 04:38 AM
I started on this Forum at the beginning of September and have been blessed. Such great, friendly advice. I feel part of the myFico family.
In September, I was approved for a Visa by my local bank. (1 pt across the board) ... a Chase Freedom ... an Amex Green. I know each person is different, but I'd like suggestions as to how/when to use them.
10-04-2013 05:10 AM
Right now I'm carrying:
1. BCP for general spend unless Amex is not accepted, and
2. BOA Travel Privileges
I usually keep the Forward because of its' low APR (9.99), but I'm not doing as much dining out lately, so it's gonna be SD for the month of October.
10-04-2013 06:36 AM
10-04-2013 08:43 AM
That's a very nice combo!!
1st Slot - CSP (everyday purchases)
2nd Slot - MB Amex (gas)
3rd Slot - Ritz Carlton (all travel as the protections are top notch)
10-04-2013 08:46 AM
Citi Dividends Platinum Select
10-04-2013 08:54 AM
Lol...my wallet is too small for that!
You need one of these! (The pic is stock from eBay) I got one and it's pretty nice. Great leather from Israel, and of course it's pretty wide for me to carry in my pocket so i have my separate everyday small & slim wallet for 3 cards and all other cards I use this one. I love it, I never have to worry about where to find that socket drawer card when i need it, because they are all sorted out in this one
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