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I opened a Way2Save account with Wells Fargo a couple weeks ago and couldn't be happier. The banker was great, she set up the online banking, bill pay and even made it so I wouldn't be charged the monthly fee. She went as far as entering the first vendor in my bill pay so I knew how to do it. I may have lucked out with a great banker, but every time I have been into a branch they have been helpful and pleasant.
Andy Seed is truly a professional when it come to mortgages. He is honest and presents everything up front, if he can't help or you shouldn't refi he tells you. I have referred him to family members and clients and have heard nothing but rave reviews and this is very important when he is working with the people that mean the most to you. I would not hesitate to refer him again.
Who doesn't like to travel? This Jet Blue Credit card is for me, it has great rewards for travel. It looks better than some of the other Airline cards and has a lower annual fee than United's. The annual fee and no low intro interest rate offer seem to be the only draw backs.
Everything looks good about the Direct Express MasterCard Prepaid Card, it looks free to use. But, when you look at the 90 cents it takes to withdraw money on top of what ever the owner of the ATM is charging you, it cost a lot to use this. There are ways around it, but it's a hassle. I have a free checking account with a debit card that I can access my cash for free at any of their ATMs.
If you shop at Menards a lot then maybe this works for you, but it looks the the only benefit it the rebates. It is also very limiting on gas stations, I have other rewards cards that I would use over this card.
The AT&T Credit Card has a decent teaser bonus, but doesn't really compare to some of the cards I have used. It doesn't have a intro percentage offer, so the points bonus is less attractive.
If you shop at TJ Maxx, Home Goods or Marshalls a lot, which I admit that I do, then this is a great card for the rewards. But only for the rewards, the high interest rate and short grace period are a drawback.
If cruising is your thing, this card looks pretty good. You can build up points pretty quick and has 0% interest for 12 months. It would be good for a larger ticket item.
What's the use of a store card without rewards? I guess having 18 months no interest is good, until I buy a guitar 2 years from now when I will pay an interest. No, I will use another rewards card.
Working with Chase through my company has been great, I get a lot of free perks with my personal checking because I do my business banking with them. The bankers and tellers have always been helpful and observant of my time. I have had a couple of problems and the manager has always taken care of the situation and made sure I knew how to get a hold of them if everything is not up to my satisfaction.