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IkeEsq Jan 27, 19 8:26 am


Originally Posted by AndyGator87 (Post 30704576)
I applied with a Dec. 31 mailer a week ago. I didn't even notice the no bonus thing until looking at my screenshot recently when cleaning up my desktop. Same situation - bonus did not show on the app page. Sure hope I didn't waste a pull/approval. Sometimes in the churning game, you have to be the data point. Really sucks if the 2 month extended window ended in 2018.

That is not how it works. The ability to apply up to two months after the listed expiration is not related to whether or not you get the bonus. If the application loads it is because your invitation code has not been used before and you are within 2 months of the expiration date. Once the application loads, if you are approved then you will get the bonus if your application link is associated with an offer without 24-month restrictions or if you have not opened or closed a Citi AA card of that type (personal/business) in the previous 24 months.

RobertHanson Jan 27, 19 10:07 am


Originally Posted by VegasGambler (Post 30701317)
Mine came through email. It was around 10 days after the request though.

Citi is not exactly quick. 6 days is not enough time. You need to make a request, and then set a calendar reminder for 2 weeks later to remind yourself to check to see if they followed through.

Today I woke up to an email saying this:

"Hi Robert We've added 15,000 Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard® miles to your Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard®account. You'll see this mileage adjustment on your statement within two billing periods." :) :) :)

fredc84 Jan 27, 19 10:12 am


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706351)
Today I woke up to an email saying this:

"Hi Robert We've added 15,000 Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard® miles to your Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard®account. You'll see this mileage adjustment on your statement within two billing periods." :) :) :)

Same here. First time I've gotten a response to a bonus request by email.

NTP9766 Jan 27, 19 10:38 am

Were your requests via chat or the SM workaround?

RobertHanson Jan 27, 19 11:00 am


Originally Posted by NTP9766 (Post 30706459)
Were your requests via chat or the SM workaround?

SM

For what it's worth, the request for my previous card was done thru chat, and I haven't gotten a response to that one. Nor any extra miles posted, although today's email did mention two billing periods to see the miles added to my AA account, so I suppose there's still a chance of getting them.

Not holding my breath though... :p

RobertHanson Jan 27, 19 11:16 am


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706547)
SM

For what it's worth, the request for my previous card was done thru chat, and I haven't gotten a response to that one. Nor any extra miles posted, although today's email did mention two billing periods to see the miles added to my AA account, so I suppose there's still a chance of getting them. Not holding my breath though... :p

And we need all of the miles we can get due to the recent AA devaluation, which I haven't read about anywhere. We like to go TATL FC non-stop, and of course finding 2 such awards in Saver is virtually impossible. So lately we've had to bite the bullet and go Anytime. In previous years most days, at least in the Summer, priced out at 140K miles one way.

Not anymore. Although there are still a few dates at 140K, especially July thru mid-August, once you hit September it's mostly 175K, or even 215K. :rolleyes:

430K for one RT? :eek:

NTP9766 Jan 27, 19 12:04 pm


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706604)
And we need all of the miles we can get due to the recent AA devaluation, which I haven't read about anywhere. We like to go TATL FC non-stop, and of course finding 2 such awards in Saver is virtually impossible. So lately we've had to bite the bullet and go Anytime. In previous years most days, at least in the Summer, priced out at 140K miles one way.

Not anymore. Although there are still a few dates at 140K, especially July thru mid-August, once you hit September it's mostly 175K, or even 215K. :rolleyes:

430K for one RT? :eek:

I had not heard, but just read up on it... JFC. I only use my miles for PHL-OGG, so I'm not thrilled about this. It looks like main cabin awards aren't changing, but MileSAAver Buisness/FC and FC is going up 15k. Seeing as how I've had a hard time finding MileSAAver BC/FC anything from the East Coast, this may wind up not affecting me at all (we usually just fly coach). I don't think the new Premium Economy booking tool will be relevant to me, either, since I don't like the connections through DFW and generally fly via LAX.

This will just fuel my need to continue churning the hell out of these cards regardless of offer.

RobertHanson Jan 27, 19 1:39 pm


Originally Posted by NTP9766 (Post 30706738)
MileSAAver Buisness/FC and FC is going up 15k.

Well the FC Anytime from LHR to LAX starting Sept 6th, which used to be pretty available for 140K, is going to either 175K or 215K, depending on the day you fly. That's an increase of 25% to 55%. And that's for the Anytime price, which was already something like 60% higher than the totally unavailable Saver rate. In other words, either 200%, or 250%, higher than the mythical Saver rate.

I can't imagine anyone who gets their miles from paid flights, and/or buying miles, wanting to have anything to do with AA anymore. If it wasn't for mailers we'd be thinking of spending next Summers vacation at Orlando instead of Paris. :rolleyes:

There was a time when I'd take the punishment of an 11 hour overnight flight in economy. But not anymore. Besides which, back then we flew a 763 which had only window and aisle seats on the sides, ie 2 across, not the current 10 across with only 31 inches from the seat in front of you. :eek:

Maybe if I'd never been to Europe before, in which case I wouldn't realize that the level of exhaustion from such a flight in 'AA cattle class' (TM) takes days to recover from, I'd do it. But I've been dozens of times, and as much as I'm looking forward to going again, we don't have to go again. Thank God for mailers, may they rain down upon us for many years to come. :p

acinchus Jan 27, 19 3:50 pm

Need some insights from those who are maximizing the mailers by applying for 2 cards during every 2-3 month rolling period

Which of the following you consider a must-do vs good-to-do

a. reduce original CL of 13-19k down to 3-5k within first few weeks/months after getting the card to increase auto approve chances in future? In other words does reducing CL really help (with Citi or even banks who are looking at reports) and if not would like to stop taking that extra step or make it a low priority

b. cancel cards in 6-9 month window vs. waiting to get closer to 12 months and try luck on retention offers? Ideally would like to close cards after 6 months, or are the retention offers (in the 11-13 month window) worth the burden of the extra calls and requirements to meet?

NTP9766 Jan 27, 19 3:59 pm

I’ve thought about lowering the CL immediately to something like $4k, but never have. I see no reason to keep the card open one second past the point of receiving the bonus miles. There’s just no reason to do that if you’re going to churn the cards.

Meet the spend. Lower the CL. Close the card. Rinse, repeat.

Happy Jan 27, 19 5:07 pm


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706547)
SM

For what it's worth, the request for my previous card was done thru chat, and I haven't gotten a response to that one. Nor any extra miles posted, although today's email did mention two billing periods to see the miles added to my AA account, so I suppose there's still a chance of getting them.

Not holding my breath though... :p

Your email should mention the last 4 digits of the AA card it is related to.
So you can identify which AA card still hasn't gotten a response. I were you I would do a HUCA chat / SM on the one that hasn't gotten any reply or any bonus.
Pretty sure it does not take 2 billing cycles to get the additional. It should show up on the statement of the billing cycle your request is granted. Nobody seems to need to wait for the 2nd statement to get the additional - either it came BEFORE the regular bonus because there was not enough time to meet the spend - like in the occasions when the statement closed the next day or next 2 days after the physical card arrived - there would be NO WAY to meet the spend due to Citi takes 2 days or more to post a pending charge, or the additional came with the regular on the same statement in which you met the spend.
NEVER need to wait for another statement if the request is handled properly before a statement closing date.
You can choose to wait another cycle or to HUCA chat or SM fashion.

NTP9766 Jan 27, 19 6:16 pm

And if you HUC(hat)A, you may even get 1k bonus miles for your trouble. ;)

IkeEsq Jan 27, 19 6:27 pm

I immediately lower CL to $5K when I get the card.
When I finish paying off the card after earning the miles, I reduce CL to $2000.
As soon as the CL is reduced, the miles in account, and the card is paid off, I close the account. Usually 3-4 months on the outside.


Originally Posted by acinchus (Post 30707408)
Need some insights from those who are maximizing the mailers by applying for 2 cards during every 2-3 month rolling period

Which of the following you consider a must-do vs good-to-do

a. reduce original CL of 13-19k down to 3-5k within first few weeks/months after getting the card to increase auto approve chances in future? In other words does reducing CL really help (with Citi or even banks who are looking at reports) and if not would like to stop taking that extra step or make it a low priority

b. cancel cards in 6-9 month window vs. waiting to get closer to 12 months and try luck on retention offers? Ideally would like to close cards after 6 months, or are the retention offers (in the 11-13 month window) worth the burden of the extra calls and requirements to meet?


Carl Christensen Jan 28, 19 4:41 am


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30700796)
I'm not having any luck with courtesy bonuses. On my prior card, I used chat, and the Chat CSR said they would put in the request "right away". But I didn't get any follow up, and no extra bonus ever showed up. On my most recent card, I used the SMC, and got this response:

"We have forwarded your inquiry to the appropriate department for handling. Within 24 hours, you will receive an email notice that we have replied to your inquiry. At that time, simply log into Account Online to view the response.
Thank you for using our website."

Now it's six days later, and though the SMC shows my request was sent, there again has been no response of any sort. :(

I see your posts about trips to Europe using AA miles. How do you stay hotel points or?

i agree that the inflation of award prices and lack of availability is frustrating and we have been bitting the bullet and booking anyway given the wealth that Citi has bestowed upon us.

PETERPNYC Jan 28, 19 10:26 am


Originally Posted by Happy (Post 30704424)
Have you read upthread on how Citi is treating those X + Y offers? Hint - it is the total that matters.
Yes, more than one poster has asked differently. You can read the outcomes a few pages back.

Seriously, lots of questions asked, even on new offers, are being discussed and experimented on, with the outcomes posted. All you need to do is just spend a few minutes to read back in case you have not regularly followed this thread. Though I believe anyone and everyone who is using mailers should make this thread a regular read. A few min a day would keep you very up to date.

For true newbies, Wiki is your friend. 99% of your questions are addressed in the Wiki.


I think this should be more of a mandate , than a suggestion .

I make a habit of reading at least 15-25 posts before asking questions and then also
try to contribute to the thread, instead of
just dropping in an being spoon fed, and I believe since I think we all work pretty hard
at this Hobby ? , we should not encourage this behavior .

If people are not willing to do the basics,they
should not benefit solely from the work of
others .

Happy Jan 28, 19 10:33 am


Originally Posted by PETERPNYC (Post 30710245)

I think this should be more of a mandate , than a suggestion .

I make a habit of reading at least 15-25 posts before asking questions and then also
try to contribute to the thread, instead of just dropping in an being spoon fed, and I believe since I think we all work pretty hard at this Hobby ? , we should not encourage this behavior .

If people are not willing to do the basics,they should not benefit solely from the work of others .

Thank you for speaking up! Totally agree with you. It really gets old to keep suggesting people to read back, to read the Wiki...

Seriously, 95% of the needed info is in the Wiki, 5% being the ongoing updates by helpful posts on any new development spotted, such as the One Use only change from Nov onward...

There is no excuse for people not to do the basics when all it takes is their time to read.

Happy Jan 28, 19 10:46 am


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706998)
Well the FC Anytime from LHR to LAX starting Sept 6th, which used to be pretty available for 140K, is going to either 175K or 215K, depending on the day you fly. That's an increase of 25% to 55%. And that's for the Anytime price, which was already something like 60% higher than the totally unavailable Saver rate. In other words, either 200%, or 250%, higher than the mythical Saver rate.

I can't imagine anyone who gets their miles from paid flights, and/or buying miles, wanting to have anything to do with AA anymore. If it wasn't for mailers we'd be thinking of spending next Summers vacation at Orlando instead of Paris. :rolleyes:

There was a time when I'd take the punishment of an 11 hour overnight flight in economy. But not anymore. Besides which, back then we flew a 763 which had only window and aisle seats on the sides, ie 2 across, not the current 10 across with only 31 inches from the seat in front of you. :eek:

Maybe if I'd never been to Europe before, in which case I wouldn't realize that the level of exhaustion from such a flight in 'AA cattle class' (TM) takes days to recover from, I'd do it. But I've been dozens of times, and as much as I'm looking forward to going again, we don't have to go again. Thank God for mailers, may they rain down upon us for many years to come. :p

If you dont mind to visit other places en-route to Europe, (like not fixated on the direct LAX-LHR-LAX route) you may use LESS miles, see more places, and enjoy better airlines.

Example 1 - take CX to HKG, even you may have been there before, a few days there, (and to Macao now it is super convenient at very very cheap cost with the HKZM bridge finally open) then CX HKG to LHR or any other EU gateway CX flies to. Fly home from another AA EU gateway to save the huge taxes / APD flying from LHR - slightly easier to find availability as well.

You can sub CX with JL, and enjoy TYO or other places in Japan.

Example 2 - take QR to DOH, enjoy DOH. Then fly QR DOH to wherever in EU they fly. Come home the same way as in Example 1.

You can substitute QR with EY, enjoy DXB.
Both would cost about the same or even slightly less than the 140K AA miles one way but you get to fly far better airlines as well as the chance to enjoy QSuites, the QR's latest offering in business class which should beat AA's F.

The premise is you have enough time to spend on the trip because going the RTW way obviously use up more time - on flying and seeing other places than a straight US-EU R/T, but it would / should also be much more interesting.

I suspect most FTers would rate CX/JL F above AA F, and EY/QR being far better in every aspect than the "best" of AA, not to mention their lounges in their bases, as well as their major gateways. As much as the AA Flatship lounge / Flatship dining are many steps up from the existing AA clubs, they dont hold a candle to CX's in Hong Kong (and Paris, London) as well as QR's in DOH.

Even with gazillions of AA miles, there is no reason to keep paying the ever-rising ransom to AA when they dont give a hoot to its loyalty program these days.

boris10475 Jan 28, 19 11:11 am


Originally Posted by Happy (Post 30710316)
If you dont mind to visit other places en-route to Europe, (like not fixated on the direct LAX-LHR-LAX route) you may use LESS miles, see more places, and enjoy better airlines.

Example 1 - take CX to HKG, even you may have been there before, a few days there, (and to Macao now it is super convenient at very very cheap cost with the HKZM bridge finally open) then CX HKG to LHR. Fly home from another AA EU gateway to save the huge taxes / APD flying from LHR - slightly easier to find availability as well.
You can sub CX with JL, and enjoy TYO or other places in Japan.

Example 2 - take QR to DOH, enjoy DOH. Then fly QR DOH to wherever in EU they fly. Come home the same way as in Example 1.
You can substitute QR with EY, enjoy DXB.
Both would cost about the same or even slightly less than the 140K AA miles one way but you get to fly far better airlines as well as the chance to enjoy QSuites, the QR's latest offering in business class which should beat AA's F.

I suspect most FTers would rate CX/JL F above AA F, and EY/QR being far better in every aspect than the "best" of AA, not to mention their lounges in their bases, as well as their major gateways. As much as the AA Flatship lounge / Flatship dining are many steps up from the existing AA clubs, they dont hold a candle to CX's in Hong Kong (and Paris, London) as well as QR's in DOH.

Even with gazillions of AA miles, there is no reason to keep paying the ever-rising ransom to AA when they dont give a hoot to its loyalty program these days.

That is the way to go. Instead of struggling to find something or actually anything to EU from JFK over Christmas of 2019 at reasonable level decided to take JAL to Tokyo. Skiing should be as good in Japan as it is in Europe at similar price level, so why succumb to AA availability and pricing nonsense?

Kevin3636 Jan 28, 19 3:13 pm

Read through a few posts and didn't see this yet. After receiving my card I was told in chat that I would get a courtesy match no problem. A letter came in the mail today that said I was not solicited for the offer mentioned and that I need to send a copy front and back of the offer I received. First time asking for a match didn't go too well lol.

NTP9766 Jan 28, 19 3:15 pm


Originally Posted by Kevin3636 (Post 30711342)
Read through a few posts and didn't see this yet. After receiving my card I was told in chat that I would get a courtesy match no problem. A letter came in the mail today that said I was not solicited for the offer mentioned and that I need to send a copy front and back of the offer I received. First time asking for a match didn't go too well lol.

Others have received that same response via SM back in the day. I would just try the chat route again hoping for the approval, personally.

rover4618 Jan 28, 19 3:18 pm


Originally Posted by Kevin3636 (Post 30711342)
Read through a few posts and didn't see this yet. After receiving my card I was told in chat that I would get a courtesy match no problem. A letter came in the mail today that said I was not solicited for the offer mentioned and that I need to send a copy front and back of the offer I received. First time asking for a match didn't go too well lol.

If when you asked for the match you said "YOU WERE SOLICITED FOR ANOTHER OFFER" therein lies the root of your problem. Always say "YOU SEEN" another offer.

Kevin3636 Jan 28, 19 3:20 pm


Originally Posted by NTP9766 (Post 30711355)
Others have received that same response via SM back in the day. I would just try the chat route again hoping for the approval, personally.

Appreciate the response. I'll give it another try later today.

Kevin3636 Jan 28, 19 3:22 pm


Originally Posted by rover4618 (Post 30711371)
If when you asked for the match you said "YOU WERE SOLICITED FOR ANOTHER OFFER" therein lies the root of your problem. Always say "YOU SEEN" another offer.

Yeah I said I saw another offer. I followed all the instructions in this forum that people used with success. Never said i was targeted. Thanks for the response.

IkeEsq Jan 28, 19 5:32 pm


Originally Posted by Kevin3636 (Post 30711342)
Read through a few posts and didn't see this yet. After receiving my card I was told in chat that I would get a courtesy match no problem. A letter came in the mail today that said I was not solicited for the offer mentioned and that I need to send a copy front and back of the offer I received. First time asking for a match didn't go too well lol.

I got this in the past when asking for more than they wanted to give me. How many point were you requesting and what was the offer you applied for?

epaairnow Jan 28, 19 6:24 pm


Originally Posted by RobertHanson (Post 30706547)
SM

For what it's worth, the request for my previous card was done thru chat, and I haven't gotten a response to that one. Nor any extra miles posted, although today's email did mention two billing periods to see the miles added to my AA account, so I suppose there's still a chance of getting them.

Not holding my breath though... :p

my 15k match posted the first period ... received same email confirmation after my request made through SM. AA activity shows 15k and purchases made that month as one line item.

Happy Jan 28, 19 7:58 pm


Originally Posted by boris10475 (Post 30710406)
That is the way to go. Instead of struggling to find something or actually anything to EU from JFK over Christmas of 2019 at reasonable level decided to take JAL to Tokyo. Skiing should be as good in Japan as it is in Europe at similar price level, so why succumb to AA availability and pricing nonsense?

JAL F is far nicer than AA F too. :D

Also the Japanese New Year is the same as the Western calendar. X'mas thru New Year is a very festive time in Tokyo and any metropolitan cities. If you have time to spare, head up to Sapporo - the Ice sculpture festival is a big annual event. Dont forget to enjoy the "Onsen" (natural hot spring pools). :)

VegasGambler Jan 28, 19 7:59 pm

JAL F is my best airline experience ever (and I've flown on EK F on the A380).

EK was fancier, for sure, but I enjoyed JAL more. "Service" just means something else in Japan.

NeYo Jan 28, 19 8:20 pm


Originally Posted by NeYo (Post 30652451)
I just got a no-language email offer. Was sent by AA.com not citi and provides a 9 digit code, which you enter the same way as mailers. I checked both the email and the application landing page and it only says "for new accounts only", just like mailers.

Update: Applied. Got the Approval letter today confirming the bonus.

VegasGambler Jan 28, 19 8:26 pm


Originally Posted by NeYo (Post 30712380)
Update: Applied. Got the Approval letter today confirming the bonus.

That is good to know.

Does the email have a link to T&C at the bottom? Do the T&C have 24 month language?

NeYo Jan 28, 19 9:05 pm


Originally Posted by VegasGambler (Post 30712402)
That is good to know.

Does the email have a link to T&C at the bottom? Do the T&C have 24 month language?

The email does not mention the 24 month rule. It does have a link to the standard AA platinum card terms which contain the 24 month language.

Once you click the application link, it appears as any physical mailer page with no mention of the 24 month rule.

VegasGambler Jan 28, 19 9:33 pm


Originally Posted by NeYo (Post 30712512)
The email does not mention the 24 month rule. It does have a link to the standard AA platinum card terms which contain the 24 month language.

Once you click the application link, it appears as any physical mailer page with no mention of the 24 month rule.

Thanks, this is a good data point.

Does the wiki need to be updated? It says that emailed makers do not circumvent the 24-month rule. Should it be changed to read that email from Citi doesn't but mailers from AA do? (or, at least, might?)

flyer4512 Jan 29, 19 12:53 am


Originally Posted by flyer4512 (Post 30663823)
DP........I was able to match 60K to 75K via chat yesterday.


Letter from Citi confirming that 15K (60 to 75K) points will be added to my account arrived today, first statement has not cut so no points yet

IkeEsq Jan 29, 19 9:16 am

Chat is getting better, requested 15K yesterday on chat, got an email this morning confirming the points will be added. :)

I also closed a couple of cards last week using the work-around SM after I called in and they tried to send me to an agent. That took about a week but I got those emails yesterday.

Happy Jan 29, 19 9:49 am

Today received email notification on 15K will be added to the account.
Time line -
requested 15K on a 60K offer 01/22, Tue via SM one day after linking the card to existing log in.
received the usual "your request has been forwarded" email shortly after just like in the old days.
received the request approval email today 01/29, Tue.

No idea why some received email notifications some received snail mail notifications. Good thing to know is the SM channel still works, plus IkeEsq's good experience with Chat is very encouraging.

NTP9766 Jan 29, 19 12:31 pm


Originally Posted by Happy (Post 30714382)
No idea why some received email notifications some received snail mail notifications. Good thing to know is the SM channel still works, plus IkeEsq's good experience with Chat is very encouraging.

I requested a 15k match yesterday via chat on my new card, as well. They said they passed along the match request (same thing they said last time, too), but I'm also expecting a snail mail confirmation. Wish they'd just use e-mail, but so long as the match is posted, whatever.

Swadian Jan 29, 19 4:41 pm


Originally Posted by IkeEsq (Post 30713918)
Neither.

It is based on approval date and is normally 105 days from that date. Assuming that you were approved around December 9, 2018, you would have until around March 24, 2019. You can ask over chat, send an SM, or call to verify.

Got it, thanks!

Kevin3636 Jan 29, 19 5:12 pm


Originally Posted by IkeEsq (Post 30711817)
I got this in the past when asking for more than they wanted to give me. How many point were you requesting and what was the offer you applied for?

Maybe this is why? I got the 40k +10k offer and said i saw an offer for 70k. Never asked for a specific amount just asked for a courtesy match. When it happened to you did you try again? Thanks for the reply.

SpammersAreScum Jan 29, 19 7:02 pm

Dilemma: Risk "no" for 7/6, or "no" for mailer over 2 mo old?
 
I will be at 7/6 until the end of Feb, then 5/6. I have a 9-digit mailer which "expires" Dec 31. As far as I know mailers (always? usually?) don't work more than 2 months after "expiration". So the dilemma is, do I app by Feb 27 and risk 7/6 rejection, or app after that and risk "too old" rejection? I don't expect rejection on other grounds -- score is over 800, and I just got a Plat via another mailer Jan 17.

Thoughts appreciated. Thanks.

IkeEsq Jan 29, 19 8:07 pm


Originally Posted by Kevin3636 (Post 30716230)
Maybe this is why? I got the 40k +10k offer and said i saw an offer for 70k. Never asked for a specific amount just asked for a courtesy match. When it happened to you did you try again? Thanks for the reply.

This happened several times when they started to crack down on match requests. All requests started going through a single group, etc. We tried 20,000 several times and got rejected and then did 15,000 and had no problem. This was about a year ago.

I would try again asking for a specific amount, it seems like 15,000 might be a cutoff now for the 50K+10K offers, but you might be OK asking for 20,000 on a 40K=10K offer.

VegasGambler Jan 29, 19 8:27 pm

My understanding is that there are two caps -- 75k total miles, and your offer + 20k. They will match to whichever is lower.

Note that 50+10 counts as 60, so you can only get 15 (otherwise you would be over the 75k cap).

But if your offer was 55k total or less, you should be able to get 20k.

This might actually be a good reason to use a 50k offer rather than a 50k+10k.


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