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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Dario, Dec 4, 2000.
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Dario, I read in another post that the card was just re intruduced on the First of December.
Since today is the 5th and 2 days were weekends I wonder if Amex Got the Green Light after your money was in the mail?
We should check with Centurian Bank, and the Executive Offices as to what's true.
Say, whats the big deal with the secured optima? Doesn't seem like it offers that hot of a deal? 150% deposit?
Just curious, is it all prestige, or do they really offer something good?
From my understanding, to get the card unsecured you have to wait years, or have your bad credit "gone" before getting a real product from them?
The link below will lead you to a thread of postings that tells why I want this card so badly. When I posted this in 09/00, I didn't apply. I waited and then they stopped offering the card! I was disppointed. Now I am determined not miss out.
I was confused like others when i comes to the secure Optima also. The confusion comes in when the rep says that they have a new secure blue. The reps are actually referring to the secure Optima,but are calling it:secure blue(Optima) not the blue card.I was told yesterday that it was being re-introduced Dec.1st,2000. She said that actually it was revised back in July of this year. I have the secure Optima and called directly to the Centurion Bank,secure card dept. Hope this helps with the confusion between a secure blue card and the secure blue Optima card.
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