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Re: Your most (and least) good looking cards?


injustifiiable wrote:

I liked the old Freedom design.

 


+1000

 

My feelings were thoroughly hurt when they sent me the newly designed Freedom card.  I STILL think and wonder to myself when are they going to bring the old design back. haha definitely first world problems.

 

Capital One's Cash Rewards was a true visual assault.  You can bet I took full advantage of their customized image feature.  Now I am content and will be updating the image again soon to rotate between the two.

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To me, the Amex charge cards look the best.  It has a timeless elegance.

 

The worst?  Hands down, it's got to be the Fidelity Amex. It's look like a walking advertisement for Groupon.

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Open123 wrote:

The worst?  Hands down, it's got to be the Fidelity Amex. It's look like a walking advertisement for Groupon.


Had to google it, here's the culprit:

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@dodfire!
NICE! Congrats. It's definitely a looker! You'll have to tell me how you like the rewards structure and if the card is worth it.

@Open123
LOL- that Fidelity is so so ugly. You'd think they would invest in a little asthetic appeal research. :smileyhappy:

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recordaras wrote:

Open123 wrote:

The worst?  Hands down, it's got to be the Fidelity Amex. It's look like a walking advertisement for Groupon.


Had to google it, here's the culprit:


Hahahaha...Groupon should make this their corporate card.  Seriously.

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LawStudentCivilis wrote:

Capital One's Cash Rewards was a true visual assault.  You can bet I took full advantage of their customized image feature.  Now I am content and will be updating the image again soon to rotate between the two.


 Haha, "visual assault" is a great way of putting it:

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improvingmycredit wrote:
@Open123
LOL- that Fidelity is so so ugly. You'd think they would invest in a little asthetic appeal research. :smileyhappy:

Never thought I'd ever say this, but maybe a 2% return isn't that important, after all.  LOL

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recordaras wrote:

LawStudentCivilis wrote:

Capital One's Cash Rewards was a true visual assault.  You can bet I took full advantage of their customized image feature.  Now I am content and will be updating the image again soon to rotate between the two.


 Haha, "visual assault" is a great way of putting it:


For some reason, I think "Godzilla" when seeing this card.  Ah, am I the only one?  :smileyvery-happy:

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@Open123!

WHAT!!! OMG!!! The world has ended! I can't believe you just wrote that!!! :smileyhappy:. LOL!

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improvingmycredit wrote:
@Open123!

WHAT!!! OMG!!! The world has ended! I can't believe you just wrote that!!! :smileyhappy:. LOL!

I just can't use that card.

 

LOL...I mean, we all have our limitations.

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