what to do with westpac cards

Discussion in 'Westpac Altitude Rewards' started by Guest, Aug 26, 2004.

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Heres my scenario...

    I'm not keen on another yearly fee for the westpac card (end of Oct), and I cant exactly "prove" income to apply for another card right now... I thought about keeping the altitude card if they raised the credit limit, just to feel a bit more special, but they wouldnt do it... I asked the agent to tally up how much I've spent using the card in the past 10 months to see where it sits... after a short wait she came back and its just shy of 79k -

    My question is... would any bank or cc ..sort of...'status match' if you will... the credit I have with westpac.. with no proof of income or tax assesments?

    I can garantee spending a bit...do institutions look at this as a positive thing?


    Any suggestions? :?:
     

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