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The American Express Gold Card is good for people who spend a decent amount of money and pay it off monthly to avoid the large late fee. I prefer my Chase card because they're more lenient on late fees in my experience. However, I love the fact that you can use accumulated points in a large amount of places and transfer them to other point programs further adding to the amount of places you can spend your points.
Nicholson insurance is a great insurance firm. I have been with them for nearly 6 months now and they are always friendly and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. Other insurance companies charged me more and were not nearly as friendly or helpful. The customer service is some of the best I have ever received even outside of insurance. 4 stars for there commitment to helping people!
I have US bank now for 3 years and even though my credit isn't that great, they are always friendly, helpful and do their best to make you feel just as important as the next guy who comes in. I called their number and was on hold for a few minutes until a nice lady came on and helped remove some fraudulent charges from my account that had been pending removal for quite some time. I had my identity stolen and was SOL for my other banks and they were less than helpful. Give US Bank a shot, they'll make you happy.
The biggest issue I had while using Alaska USA Federal Credit Union was when my card was stolen and some purchases made by someone else. They refused to help me and even though there was proof that I didn't purchase the goods, I was stuck with the $425 bill to pay them back. Now 4 years later, they still refuse to reimburse me and I'm still out the $425. So frustrating!!
I don't have the best credit in the world and had issues at other banks getting a savings account. I figured I would give Chase a try as a last resort and I soon found out I should have used them in the first place. They have some of the friendliest staff I have ever met and they go above and beyond to make you feel welcome even in my situation. The only downfall of their savings account is the low interest rate but that is to be expected with the group the account is aimed at which is young people who do not have a lot of money such as myself. Give them a try if you are in a similar situation, you won't be disappointed.