07-04-2007 09:20 AM
07-04-2007 12:09 PM - edited 07-04-2007 12:10 PM
Phouchg wrote:This is a great card for mid 600s folks like me. Even though I had a checking/savings with B of A for 12 years before I left after a stupid bank error and a CSR who treated me like dirt, they never gave me a CC. First it was BK, and then when that fell off, they had other excuses. I applied for a regular platinum a few months back and was declined, but offered the 99/500 card.I read about the Hawaiian Airlines card and gave it a try before leaving on vacation. I got the 7-10 day notice and completely forgot about it. Got home from my trip and saw one of those stuffed envelopes with no return address. New credit card? Yes! As Borat would say: "Great Success!!"$2500 CL, 1.9 BT and purchases through 12/07 - then to regular rotating (currently only 15.24). BTs are OK with no fee, but stay away from cash advances, since it is 24.24 and minimum $10 fee.Let me know your success stories!!
07-05-2007 01:28 PM
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