2. Register for the next quarter’s promotion on the Freedom card.
3. Pull out their Citi Preferred card now that the second six months is here and ready for additional spend.
4. Be reminded to see if their points posted accurately to their FF account.
5. Use our Platinum card $200 annual credit.
6. Ask for a retention bonus when a card is six to nine months old.
7. Set up their next application date.
A Concierge of Credit Cards, so to speak.
We have AwardWallet and several other services to track our miles and expiration dates, but nothing along these lines. Bryant thought there may have been, but being over 60 he can’t remember and neither can I.
For the entrepreneur ready to take on this service, a word of caution regarding your potential clients:
1. We are extremely cautious about giving out our credit card numbers so Paypal may be your best source of payment.
2. Most of us have severe cases of CRS – “Can’t Remember S___” — so you have to direct your service towards email reminders and reminders of the email reminders. Examples:
“Rick, did you check to see if Katy’s Hawaiian miles transferred to Hilton yet? Respond with a simple yes and I’ll quit reminding you.”
“Rick, put the Citi Preferred card back in your wallet by 4/1/12 and complete the $5000 minimum spend by 7/1/12.” “Did you put it in your wallet yet?”
Some of you will laugh at the idea, but when you have big miles bonuses at stake, paying a few bucks to insure you comply with the terms and conditions is a legitimate and worthwhile expense. I know. I forgot to take my $200 Platinum card airline credit in 2011 and, unless somebody reminds me, I may miss it again this year.
Think about it and hopefully somebody will come up with an action plan and website. I may be the very first customer!
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