More BankAmericard Info

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by rick, Oct 9, 2001.

  1. rick

    rick Well-Known Member

  2. dogman

    dogman Well-Known Member

    excellent site Rick! But, BA used to be based in SF - then got bought and moved to Charlotte.

    I wonder if this rolled out around that time?
    I have never seen anyone use one - but I would love it!

    NICE! dogman

    remember that "authorized signature" section on the card?
  3. Bill B

    Bill B Well-Known Member

    I just got a picture next card..They dont do the whole card so it won't look like that i think..They just do the right side of it..
  4. dogman

    dogman Well-Known Member

    Master Charge Logos

    here are the old familiar logos starting with the original Master Charge!

    again - wouldn't that be slick to pull out your 1969
    version MC?

    remember - there were no late fees, overlimits,
    anything like that - and free cash advances!
    most banks only offered EITHER Master Charge OR

    LOL - the good old days! dogman
  5. dogman

    dogman Well-Known Member

    DINERS CLUB??? Here U R....

    This is a GREAT SITE for Diner's Club Cards!
    click on each card for a cool closeup!

    again - how slick if Diners went back to that neat multi flag symbol card! LOL!

    still using my explorer pawser to dig up AMEX and Carte Blanche! Dogman
  6. dogman

    dogman Well-Known Member

    yup - that was a limitation - but still thought it would have been neat! again, they wouldn't accept that
    logo -howl-whine!

    fyi - non nextcard holders - the picture card
    has the picture on the left 3/4ths of the card (lake Tahoe on mine) and then there is a vertical strip on the right side of the card with Next Card at the top in script and the Visa seal at the bottom.

    My "classic" upload would not have gone all the way across the card. But it would STILL be sharp!

    classically yours - Dogman

    GEORGE Well-Known Member

    Re: Master Charge Logos

    GOLD=$5,000 or more...
    20 years of PERFECT payment history meant something!!!
  8. RichGuy

    RichGuy Well-Known Member

    Re: Master Charge Logos

    From at least the late 80's until the merger, Bank of America used the term "BankAmericard" on both its Visas and its MasterCards.

    This new "BankAmericard" is probably the same type of thing, a standard Visa and/or MasterCard with an additional brand name at the top.

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