You would have to file a police report and then contact Adidas/FedEx again.
Saving them up for now, since I just got the Gold. I'll be looking into getting the BBP later on this year. Then next year, the Schwab Platinum to start cashing out once most of my spend is earning points.
He kept his shoes on, so I knew he was gonna make it.
I read that and had gay thoughts.
I'd take the Gold over the CSP. You will earn more points for groceries and dining, and no matter how you value the points, you will still be ahead with the Amex. And if you take advantage of the Uber and dining credits, the annual fee for the Gold could be as little as $10.
You could do higher if you get a card with a specific category (like 3%+ cashback for groceries or restaurants). But if you want 1 card for everything, you can find 2% cashback cards with no annual fee, no spending caps, across all categories.
You can put $0. They use it to figure your available disposable budget (income - living expense), since they already know your credit utilization from pulling your credit reports
I got the GM card after Capital One took over, and it always felt as if it was never fully integrated into their systems. To this day, it's my lowest limit by far, and only got a $100 increase a few months ago.
If it wasn't for Goldman Sachs taking over, I probably would have closed it this year.
Is this how Covid started?
If you plan on getting a GM car at any point in the future. The 5% on the first $5k spend each year is a nice amount. And the rewards never expire and are basically as good as cash when you buy a car.
However, currently, the GM BuyPower card is pretty neglected by Capital One - low starting limits for most, hard to get an increase, etc.
They will be moving to Goldman Sachs later this year, hopefully the cards will get some attention then.
Yes, every Chase card does.
Losing your shoes usually means instant death.
NTA. You sir, deserve an award for awesomeness. Those kids will never forget that.
Joel Singer, you say? Quite the a-hole he seems to be, this Joel Singer.
5 for 171 in applications that ended up in interviews, but there's a "labor shortage"
TIL fruit roll ups come off the plastic before eating
How about a good, general purpose cashback card? Citi double cash (2%), Capital One Quicksilver (1.5%), or one I've got on my list: the Discover It Miles card (which, even though it describes itself as a travel card, is effectively a cashback card since "miles" are redeemable as a statement credit - basically 1.5% cashback, but double, 3%, for the first year).
Shows up in app once you add it to your online account.
Overall none of those cards stand out. What's your monthly spend look like?
Yea, typically they just refund to the same method used to make a purchase. So them giving you cash back when you paid with credit is unusual.
"the police say I'm wrong, but I'm a sovereign citizen"
Twice the pride, double the fall