Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

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CarefulBuilder14
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Re: Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

Postby CarefulBuilder14 » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:55 pm

I contacted the Visa Signature concierge today for help in locating an item outside of the usual gift categories. They said they don't handle special research requests. Visa Infinite may be better in this regard, but it's clear the Visa Sig team handles a very narrow range of tasks.

I also discovered that Citi cards don't participate in the WEMC concierge. They just have Aspire.
Warranties and sketchy merchants: Schwab Platinum
Price rewind: Costco
Travel insurance: Prestige, CSP
Perks: IHG, Hyatt
Rewards/Offers: Discover, Freedom, ED, BCE
Taxes/Misc: SPG

Limited value, might close: Arrival

Might add: First Tech, proper business card


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Re: Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

Postby AnimalLover » Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:01 pm

How did you get your Centurion card?

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Re: Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

Postby AnimalLover » Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:03 pm

I have found the Black card and Amex Platinum concierges a big disappointment.All they seem interested in is selling the highest price services. These concierge services make money off of selling services by their vendors.

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Re: Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

Postby Taalar » Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:59 pm

The CSR looks nice, good limit and good rewards..What would do EXTREMELY well in my opinion is something like the the CSR in appearance and weight and rewards that is truly exclusive without charging the amount that a centurion would, which in my opinion is just to much to pay to carry around a card that makes them money.
Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infiniti $59,500
Bank of America Cash Rewards Visa Signature $47,500
American Express Blue Cash preferred. $35,500
Capital one Quick Silver Visa Signature $25,000
USAA Limitless Cashback Visa Signature $25,000
Experian 838 Transunion 833 Equifax 855

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Re: Visa Infinite Concierge: A disappointment

Postby CarefulBuilder14 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:31 pm

Taalar wrote:The CSR looks nice, good limit and good rewards..What would do EXTREMELY well in my opinion is something like the the CSR in appearance and weight and rewards that is truly exclusive without charging the amount that a centurion would, which in my opinion is just to much to pay to carry around a card that makes them money.

There's the JPM Reserve. Same $450 AF with a few more perks like United Club access.

Is a $10 million investible asset requirement (for people who didn't already have a Palladium, at least) not exclusive enough for you?
Warranties and sketchy merchants: Schwab Platinum
Price rewind: Costco
Travel insurance: Prestige, CSP
Perks: IHG, Hyatt
Rewards/Offers: Discover, Freedom, ED, BCE
Taxes/Misc: SPG

Limited value, might close: Arrival

Might add: First Tech, proper business card



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