01 Apr Upromise Affinity Card Switches Banks to Bank of America
The Upromise affinity card lets you save 1-2% of your credit card purchase amounts in a tuition based program. The company offers 529 savings accounts through various marketers. Beginning April 1, the Upromise program switched its credit card procession from Citi Bank to Bank of America. The old card is no longer accepted, despite the still good expiration date. Account holders should have received new Bank of America cards in the mail a few weeks ago.
Credit card defense attorney Andy Miofsky says, “If you want to keep your card branded to the Upromise program you have to use the Bank of America card; If you want to keep your credit card processing with Citi Bank you have to apply for a new Citi card.”
If you do not want to use the Bank of America card, be sure to request a refund of all money credited to the Upromise program. You can contact Upromise at www.upromise.com.
Andy Miofsky, Esq.
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