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  1. Comenity doesn't do Williams-Sonoma anymore; CapitalOne has it. I think C1 also now has Wayfair, Pottery Barn, and some of the other trophy-wife magnets.
  2. I meant to add in the above post that FNBO isn't merely the issuer of a solid 2% unlimited cash back card (they are), but also that I specifically endorse them. I've had their Rewards Visa for a while now (that one's invitation-only tho) and am overall quite satisfied with them. FNBO: The great big small bank.
  3. Well here, in the Twin Cities, it is too hot. Nice going.
  4. I'm having trouble picturing how that could have potentially been a long story.
  5. No, begin the rant; because I really don't know where you're coming from - even starting with "be careful of your wishes." What does "take a significant risk to them" mean?
  6. Hey how did you get 2%? The card they offered me is only 1%. Now I am outraged.
  7. It's not like I don't already know the answer to this, but what's the low-down on this card from the CB hive? I've gotten a pre-approval offer in the mail and it's headed to the circular file. I just wonder if anyone's got any dish on this card. Synchrony is new to the bank (i.e., non-store) card game, amirite? I'm gonna go ahead and doubt that we're looking at 5-digit credit lines...
  8. After the jaw-dropping ways in which Citibank repeatedly mistreated me, I, Sidewinder, am famously the most virulently anti-Citibank CB'er in the history of everything in whole omigod entire known universe. AND EVEN I am here to tell you that Citibank is not going to just dip into your checking account when they feel like ordering a bunch of Uber Eats or some new golf clubs. So yes; yes, you are mistaken in thinking that your agreeing to the above will give Citi the ability to dip into your checking account at will vs. only when you instruct them to do so.
  9. It's not clear exactly what impact this would have on your 5/24 status for Chase, or what your Chase-related aims are. Can you elaborate on those points. And if you're torn between avoiding WF cooties and scoring a $200 SUB, you can have it both ways: https://www.bmoharris.com/main/personal/credit-cards/bmo-harris-cash-back-mastercard/
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