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Just got it in April. I just talked with credit rep and she said that there were no offers right now. She said to call back in about 3 weeks to check. Oh we'll at least I got my CLI

It took over 3 months of having my CL at 5000 before I got an offer in the mail for a new Cash+. 

 

As posted in another thread, I was able to redeem that offer over the phone to PC my Platinum into a Cash+.

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/US-Bank-Cash-PC/m-p/2299307#M646693

 

Just be patient and call up Cardmember Services every few weeks to see if you have any offers to redeem.

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Brax thanks for the info. How so you like your cash+

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Brax wrote:

Stonemanmv wrote:
Just got it in April. I just talked with credit rep and she said that there were no offers right now. She said to call back in about 3 weeks to check. Oh we'll at least I got my CLI

It took over 3 months of having my CL at 5000 before I got an offer in the mail for a new Cash+. 

 

As posted in another thread, I was able to redeem that offer over the phone to PC my Platinum into a Cash+.

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/US-Bank-Cash-PC/m-p/2299307#M646693

 

Just be patient and call up Cardmember Services every few weeks to see if you have any offers to redeem.


I had my platinum for 6 months before I decided to call (last night, actually) and they were able to PC my card to a cash+

 

My platinum started with 8.5K, my highest credit limit, so that wasn't a problem. Too bad they didn't suggest this in the bank back in April...

 

Also, they reduced my APR from 15.99% down to 14.25% without my asking.


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That's nice. I guess I'll just keep checking.

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FinStar... What was your FICO when you got your US Bank card?
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Well, I don't know about FinStar. But I can certainly tell you my Fico scores when I obtained each of my US Bank cards this year.

 

January I applied for my first unsecured card, after having a $1000 secured US Bank card for 1 year. Applied for US Bank Platinum card. $8,500 CL. FICO 732

 

April Applied for my 4th unsecured card, a US Bank Cash+, received Cash Rewards instead. $6,500 CL. FICO 709


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