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Credit card worries: Fidelity 2% cash back vs. Citi double cash vs. Arrival. Any advice?

Credit card worries: Fidelity 2% cash back vs. Citi double cash vs. Arrival. Any advice?

  1. Anonymous

    I was thinking of applying for the Fidelity 2% cash back card, but I’ve been reading reports all over the place that accounts are being frozen left and right due to fraud alerts, even when people are just charging at local businesses or establishments where they’ve frequented many times before. That’s kind of scaring me off from the card – has anyone else had that experience or likes the card? I’m thinking maybe I should apply for Citi Double Cash instead, or Arrival? The thing that scares me off about Arrival is even though I have a good credit score (800+) I already have USAirways Mastercard, and I’ve heard of people being denied a second card from Barclay’s even with excellent credit.

  2. Anonymous

    @ Greg N — Haven’t heard about that, but for what it’s worth you should have no trouble picking up a second Citi Card. I have way more than two of them.

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