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New 3% CB Credit Card - JCB - $25 AF waived first year - CA and HI residents only

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vnuts21
2/10/13 10:01 PM
http://www.jcbusa.com/card_marukaica_prem.html

I don't have this card, but saw an advertising for it at a grocery store in Hawaii - currently on a business trip here.

Earn up to 3% Cash Back points on all purchases including spending at Marukai.
No limit on how much you can earn.
・Earn up to 1% Cash Back points* on first $1,000 yearly, and
・Earn up to 2% Cash Back points* on next $2,000 yearly, and
・Earn up to 3% Cash Back points* on over $3,000 yearly.

★Earn up to an additional $50 Bonus**
・ Earn additional $15 bonus** when you spend $1,000 or more yearly, or
・ Earn additional $50 bonus** when you spend $5,000 or more yearly.

Annual Fee $25, waived first year.

Looks like it might only have a paper application, and not sure how good their online banking is.
WikiPost
2/10/13 10:01 PM
nwill002
2/10/13 10:11 PM
not new, already posted here
centrifuge41
2/10/13 10:20 PM
FWIW, someone on FT's Credit Card forum has one. It's not as compatible with Discover as you'd think. Doesn't work on Paypal, and causes trouble with other online transactions too.
AugustFour
2/11/13 12:01 AM
is this visa or mastercard?
Crazytree
2/11/13 1:01 AM
AugustFour said:   

is this visa or mastercard?

Neither.
SUCKISSTAPLES
2/11/13 3:40 AM
I like using this in little Tokyo

Still doesn't impress the waitresses like the Sanrio card though
lotusgardener
2/11/13 11:26 AM
Still a good deal! Waiting for my 0%/12months offer to end to jump on this card.
tomprc
2/11/13 12:38 PM
Crazytree said:   

AugustFour said:   

is this visa or mastercard?

Neither.




Since this is a different card type, could it potentially increase my credit score as one of the credit factor I think is being given credit in more credit types?
foeplay
2/11/13 12:43 PM
tomprc said:   

Crazytree said:   

AugustFour said:   

is this visa or mastercard?

Neither.




Since this is a different card type, could it potentially increase my credit score as one of the credit factor I think is being given credit in more credit types?


Nope. The different credit types they are talking about are revolving (cc and loc), installment loans (car, student, personal), and mortgages. This is nothing more than another revolving cc account.
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