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Does AU/piggybacking lead to new CC offers?

I'm about to have a new trade line added as an AU. And yes, I know that advantage will be phases out starting this September, but I've got a question for you folks who've already been added as AU's...

After the trade line reported for a couple of months or so, did you receive any new pre-approved offers from other credit card companies and if so, were they decent offers?

Thanks!
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Re: Does AU/piggybacking lead to new CC offers?

Sure did for me back when my father added me to his AMEX, where they report.  Got me into too much trouble though as I was only 18! 
 
But yes I was receiving prime offers left and right.
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Re: Does AU/piggybacking lead to new CC offers?

thanks!
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Re: Does AU/piggybacking lead to new CC offers?

But if you read a few threads you can find out which cards you are likely to get  :smileyhappy:
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