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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by jimmihatt2, Sep 8, 2003.
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DEPENDS ON THE BANK...
ALL KINDA BLURRY!!!
All you have to worry about is...
BT INTEREST RATE
GO-TO INTEREST RATE
ANNUAL FEE (OR NONE)
IN THE OLDEN' DAYS...
GOLD WAS $5,000 MIN...now you can get a GOLD or PLATINUM CARD at $300-$500!!!
which card is looked at with higher regard, titanium or platinum. I know the difference in rate and perks?
Re: Re: crdit cards
if you know the difference why ask the question ??????? platinum is the standard titanium is a way to get around visa guranteed plat benefits and still offer a good card IMO
Re: Re: crdit cards
"IF" you are asking what a CASHIER THINKS...I COULD CARE LESS!!! Although I DO LAUGH SOMETIMES AFTER YOU LEAVE DEPENDING ON THE CARD...
I had a "SILVER" card with $17,500 credit limit...is that better than a $500 GOLD CARD??? SURE IT IS...BUT if the GOLD CARD has perks the SILVER card does not have...MAYBE IT IS NOT BETTER...
GO FOR THE PERKS (including the interest rates and fees)...NOT THE COLOR