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I heard it was relatively easy to churn the BoA Alaska Airlines card. Is this really true? I recently applied for my 2nd personal BoA Alaska card after about 6 months. My application went immediately into pending status.
3rd as in you have 3 cards OPEN now..? I just got approved on my 2nd card with 1st one still open. I have read about people getting up to 7 cards, but can never be clear on them all being OPEN or only 1-2 of them open, rest closed.Yes it is still Churnable! As a matter of fact, my 3rd card just came in the mail today .
Apologize for the ambiguity, I only have one open.3rd as in you have 3 cards OPEN now..? I just got approved on my 2nd card with 1st one still open. I have read about people getting up to 7 cards, but can never be clear on them all being OPEN or only 1-2 of them open, rest closed.
I signed up for the business card which has the annual fee billed during the first month, mine was waived because I complained about call time. I was waiting 20+ minutes on hold to get a rep, which is unacceptable compared to Citi, Chase, Amex. I didn't actually ask for anything in return. They just mentioned that they like to waive the fee anytime a customer has an issue. For some strange reason, BofA is having really long hold times (atleast on the business side) every time I call.I am paying the AF - I value my relationship with BoA, and would not want to prejudice my ability to churn these cards (I have opened six in the last twelve months, and closed two along the way)
Did you freeze EX before you and SO applied?Turns out they never send an approval email for the business card, like they did with my 2 consumer cards. Today in the mail I got the business card, albeit with substantially less CL than the consumers.
I applied for 2 cards at once 2 weeks ago and got both approvals, received the points and annual fee before receiving the actual cards. I did not freeze. I also closed an older AS CC on the phone 5 minutes before applying for the 2 new ones.Did you freeze EX before you and SO applied?
Did you have any existing credit with BOA?