08-04-2012 07:23 PM
Jsickz... if you upgrade your nfcu card to the flagship you can have visa signature concierge withouth the hefty AF that amex charges. Just a thought. With amex you pay a lot more because of the airport lounge access
i did ask about pcing the cashback to the nrewards or flagship(anything other than that ugly green really) and they told me to wait for at least my first month to end so im just waiting. i also asked bofa if they could make my cash rewards a privilege black cash rewards(visa sig) and they told me to call back in a month because they having problems converting old cash rewards to the new privilege cash back. so for now its seems the visa's siggy are avoiding me lol. and to be honest i just want a platinum for the hell of it! im only 21 so for me to have a card like that is like buying overpriced sneakers. just doing it to know that i can have it.
08-04-2012 08:13 PM
08-04-2012 08:27 PM
well im not broke otherwise i wouldnt be buying those shoes... i dont buy anything that i cant afford and im a cheap bastard too its just sneakers are something i liked since i was in highschool
08-04-2012 08:45 PM
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