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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 7 months ago #1

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It will be back, trust me, but until then, just go directly to the website itself.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 7 months ago #2

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Help! Still looking for Kohl's Department Store Cards.:white-flag:
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #3

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Dobb, here is a great link that will show you new cards that are added to the database. http://www.financeglobe.com/SocialNet/forum/showthread.php?t=1254&highlight=cards+added

Hjm331, is correct! Also, if you have further questions about how the process works, please, by all means, contact the site administrators, they will be more than happy to assist you. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can visit the Finance Glob Lab, where all questions are answered in a nick of time]http://www.financeglobe.com/SocialNet/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=47[/URL]

Hope this helps.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #4

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It's their product that's being marketed and they have every right to tell you when to start and stop.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #5

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I don't know about bankrate.com, it might be an exception. That's exactly what it is, lenders don't want marketing sites advertising their credit cards and attracting new customers. Banks are trying to limit their exposure in the current economic environment and they target every customer, new or old, as a possible risk to them.
OK, thank you. But are you obliged not to publish these cards info? Or are you doing it to be in good terms with them? Because I don't think they have any right to forbid you to publish their offer on your website, since it is public information.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #6

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Thanks bro!

No problem! :white-flag:
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #7

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I don't know about bankrate.com, it might be an exception. That's exactly what it is, lenders don't want marketing sites advertising their credit cards and attracting new customers. Banks are trying to limit their exposure in the current economic environment and they target every customer, new or old, as a possible risk to them.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #8

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Those cards have been deactivated because creditors have asked marketing sites including Finance Globe to remove their cards from their database. This way, they will have less applicants which reduces the chances of delinquent accounts. That's why they lenders have stopped marketing their cards over the internet.

Please, don't get offended by what I am going to say, I just need to know the answer so I can make complete search when I am looking for a card.

Do you mean that you deactivate the cards when their issuers stop remunerating FinanceGlobe for bringing them customers?

Because the Chase Freedom is still listed on BankRate, and I have a hard time believing that by not listing certain cards on other website, it is going to prevent fraud, since these cards are listed on the issuer website.

Thank you for your explanation, and once again please don't get offended. If FinanceGlobe only lists cards that remunerates the website, I would perfectly understand, I just need to know.
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #9

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Thanks bro!
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Re: Reactivating Cards 9 years 8 months ago #10

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Those cards have been deactivated because creditors have asked marketing sites including Finance Globe to remove their cards from their database. This way, they will have less applicants which reduces the chances of delinquent accounts. That's why lenders have stopped marketing their cards over the internet.
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9 years 8 months ago #11

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Hello,
I have found several cards that are still available but that are inactive in FinanceGlobe's database. How can we reactivate them, or how do we signal them so they get reactivated?
Examples:
- Blue Cash From American Express
Valid offer: http://www201.americanexpress.com/getthecard/learn-about/BlueCash
But inactive on FinanceGlobe: http://www.financeglobe.com/Finance/card74.php
- Chase Freedom
Valid offer: http://www.chasefreedomnow.com/
But inactive on FinanceGlobe: http://www.financeglobe.com/Finance/cardstatus660.php

Also, I have noticed that when a card is inactive, you cannot find it through the search functionality. I had to find the above ones using Google. I think inactive cards should appear in the search results, maybe differently than active ones.
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