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Re: upgrade to Venture?

I recently got a PC offer in the mail to go from a crap 1 platinum no hassle rewards card, to their new cash card. Only thing is all of my terms and cl stayed the same. The platinum card i believe had a max of 750 cl as they would never raise it any higher. I wonder if moving over to the new cas rewards will open the door for a possibly higher cl down the road?
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I was able to upgrade my cash rewards card with a $29 annual fee to a VentureOne with no annual fee today, so it IS possible. I opened the account 4/08 started at 500 credit steps to $750, then 12/08 went to $3250 where it has stayed. Tried to get a cli today also, but no go.
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drudown wrote:
Ask yourself this. Have you ever been to an establishment that accepts MasterCard and does not accept Visa? I've never come across one.

It's more common than you think, the local dollar store doesn't accept MC (very annoying before I got my Freedom card had to use cash or my debit card),  Sam's Club doesn't accept Visa or AMEX makes shopping there a pain since I want my everyday cards to be my Chase freedom (my only visa card) and my AMEX cards and my Walmart card has no rewards.

 

 

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jamesdwi wrote:

drudown wrote:
Ask yourself this. Have you ever been to an establishment that accepts MasterCard and does not accept Visa? I've never come across one.

It's more common than you think, the local dollar store doesn't accept MC (very annoying before I got my Freedom card had to use cash or my debit card),  Sam's Club doesn't accept Visa or AMEX makes shopping there a pain since I want my everyday cards to be my Chase freedom (my only visa card) and my AMEX cards and my Walmart card has no rewards.

 

 


Yeah, the DMV over here only takes mastercard, no visa, no discover, no amex. 

 

I never thought they would upgrade from an "average" card to an "Excellent' card without them forcing you to re-apply. 

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I just got PCd from regular plat to venture rewards. No offers in mail or online, just called backdoor number and asked. Account was 20 months old with $5K limit. Was an easy process. I say it's worth a try.

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jmoneyk wrote:
I recently got a PC offer in the mail to go from a crap 1 platinum no hassle rewards card, to their new cash card. Only thing is all of my terms and cl stayed the same. The platinum card i believe had a max of 750 cl as they would never raise it any higher. I wonder if moving over to the new cas rewards will open the door for a possibly higher cl down the road?


 


From what i've seen, Cap1 has been more willing hand out starting limits in the 1K-3K range with the "average" green cash rewards than they were with the no hassles rewards it replaced.

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I wonder if when i PCd if I said travel rewards instead of cash back if I would've gotten the venture and then had a "prime" card. XD
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Sams Club doesn't take Visa just Master Card

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