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is a bofa card considered a prime card?

My credit isnt that great but it seems i was approved for $1000 cl im ecstatic but i dont recall app'g for the card smh...

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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?

and do they only issue mastercard or visa?

 

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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?


Pastryprincessnails wrote:

and do they only issue mastercard or visa?

 


Yes, they are prime. 

 

https://www.bankofamerica.com/credit-cards/view-all-credit-cards.go shows all their cards.  A mix of Visa and Mastercard

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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?


thom02099 wrote:

Pastryprincessnails wrote:

and do they only issue mastercard or visa?

 


Yes, they are prime. 

 

https://www.bankofamerica.com/credit-cards/view-all-credit-cards.go shows all their cards.  A mix of Visa and Mastercard


That link also has Bank of America Amex cards.

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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?


Pastryprincessnails wrote:

My credit isnt that great but it seems i was approved for $1000 cl im ecstatic but i dont recall app'g for the card smh...


Just curious. How did you get the card if you didn't apply??

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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?


Pastryprincessnails wrote:

My credit isnt that great but it seems i was approved for $1000 cl im ecstatic but i dont recall app'g for the card smh...


You got a card sent to you without apping? If you didn't app for it, someone else that got your personal info probably did......


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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?

also curious how someone gets a cc without apping. pls let us know...
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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?

If you bank with them.....does it say DEBIT on the card? 😉
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Re: is a bofa card considered a prime card?

A card is considered prime when it meets that cardowners criteria for what they want in their "prime" card. So one person could consider a card prime while another wouldn't think of it as prime.

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