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2013 US Credit Card Satisfaction Study Rankings

BANK / SCORE

 

1) Amex 816

2) Discover 812

3) Chase 783

4) Industry Average 767

5) Barclaycard 764

6) U.S. Bank 759

7) Wells Fargo 757

8) Capital One 756

9) Bank of America 749

10) GE Capital Retail Bank 742

11) Citi 741

12) HSBC 709

 

http://www.jdpower.com/content/press-release/KrslSk2/2013-u-s-credit-card-satisfaction-study.htm

 

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Re: 2013 US Credit Card Satisfaction Study Rankings

I want discover!

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Re: 2013 US Credit Card Satisfaction Study Rankings

I think its funny that Capital One > Citi on this poll...

 

Poor Citi.

AMEX True Earnings (14k) || Discover IT (10k) || Chase Sapphire Preferred (6k) || Chase Freedom (6k) || Citi ThankYou Preferred (6.3k) || GE CareCredit (4.9k) || Citi Double Cash (4.9k) || Sallie Mae (4k) || Best Buy (2k) || AMEX Blue Cash Everyday (2k) || Target REDcard (1.5k)
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I posted this a few days ago and it was moved to Credit in the News, whereas it seems very on-topic here.   Two other threads have since been started on here, including this current one...

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/J-D-Powers-Credit-Card-Survey/td-p/2393753

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lol With my own experience, Amex would be where Citi is at. :smileyvery-happy:

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The sample group must be made up of people who are not educated on credit related topics. If they were, then Cap1 would not have ranked so high, lol




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Well I can say with 100% certainty that HSBC deserves their last place ranking.

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Discover and Amex definitely deserves to be on top.

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