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Re: Wells Fargo American Express Card???

They are at least heading in the right direction to improve their offerings! Hopefully I can be part of the rest pilot program, though I doubt it. Wells Fargo is also pilot testing some new visa signature cards.
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Re: Wells Fargo American Express Card???


enharu wrote:
They are at least heading in the right direction to improve their offerings! Hopefully I can be part of the rest pilot program, though I doubt it. Wells Fargo is also pilot testing some new visa signature cards.

Wells Fargo is the last major bank that hasn't become a big player in the rewards credit card market. Hopefully we'll see real competition from them soon. :smileyhappy:

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If it weren't for the fact that credit cards defaults are at one of the lowest historic rates, my guess is that Wells Fargo wouldn't be bothered to improve their credit card offerings at all. As a bank they are very conservative and seem to be a lot more into secured debt, such as mortgages, as compared to unsecured debt in general.
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