High Concept Cards!!!

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nitsugua23
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High Concept Cards!!!

Postby nitsugua23 » Fri Jul 25, 2014 4:48 am

Was doing some research the other day on youtube on credit cards and stumbled across this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILPwG824wgY

I guess its a small development company that make high end credit card designs. They also have a website i found: http://www.highconceptcard.com

I was curious to know how many of you guys would get that metal card in the video if it were available. A metal credit card with diamonds in it...It looks like its a show stopper lol. Also i was curious as to what your thoughts are on the possibility of big banks contracting this company to make new card designs? My guess is the chances are slim to none, since I'm sure these financial corporations just make the cards themselves but it was a nice design right? Let me know what you guys think.
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Postby MemberSince99 » Fri Jul 25, 2014 5:34 am

Call me weird, but I honestly couldn't care less about "high end credit card designs". Does it work and let me use it? Terrific. Does it look like some future card out of "Star Wars"? I couldn't care less. I mean, I truly don't care at all. I've had a metal card, the CSP, and I honestly don't care what the card is made of anymore just that it does the job.

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Postby wiivile » Fri Jul 25, 2014 8:16 am

MemberSince99 wrote:Call me weird, but I honestly couldn't care less about "high end credit card designs". Does it work and let me use it? Terrific. Does it look like some future card out of "Star Wars"? I couldn't care less. I mean, I truly don't care at all. I've had a metal card, the CSP, and I honestly don't care what the card is made of anymore just that it does the job.


In other news, MemberSince99 is from Wisconsin, where people are not so ostentatious. Companies target these cards for people in NYC and LA with big egos.
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Postby nismoZtuner » Fri Jul 25, 2014 3:00 pm

wiivile wrote:In other news, MemberSince99 is from Wisconsin, where people are not so ostentatious. Companies target these cards for people in NYC and LA with big egos.


Exactly, i get to show it off... joke---

I was in LA Live on July 4-6 for a while and this old guy with his his AMEX Platinum card sitting next to me started talking to me when i paid my food with my PRG- Told me how I got the card and that I was too young for an AMEX card and yada yada. hmm

on my first days of having my amex card i was a show off with my card- not its like whatever feeling..
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Postby takeshi » Fri Jul 25, 2014 6:31 pm

nitsugua23 wrote:I was curious to know how many of you guys would get that metal card in the video if it were available.

Material(s) of the card is the least of my priorities.

"Whole new paradigm"? Visa Black has been at this and counting on those that are willing to pay primarily for appearance and card meaterial(s) for quite some time now.



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