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Are you realizing I'm NOT forgetting something?!?!?

Are you realizing I'm NOT forgetting something?!?!?

Old Apr 30, 15, 1:03 pm
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Today I got one of those "Are you forgetting something?" emails. It was to review a dine that I already reviewed over a week ago!
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Old Apr 30, 15, 3:21 pm
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Originally Posted by sdsearch View Post
Today I got one of those "Are you forgetting something?" emails. It was to review a dine that I already reviewed over a week ago!

I got the same email for my dines. I double checked my dines in question and they were reviewed a week ago.
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Old May 8, 15, 7:04 pm
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Yeah, AND, periodically I'm admonished that I could be missing out on miles by not registering credit cards but last time I tried, admittedly over a year ago, I was over my CC allotment.

Generally, RN's back office is not that sophisticated.
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Old May 8, 15, 8:56 pm
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They are lost. Promos petered out a long time ago, new restaurants are infrequent; earning at 5 mi/$ is marginal; their hectoring emails are ignored as they never contain anything worth reading; IT is clearly not their strong suit--- just try printing out a couple pages for a city you're visiting from their website. They don't seem to want to succeed. I have responded with similar enthusiasm.
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Old May 9, 15, 4:51 am
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Originally Posted by Jailer View Post
Yeah, AND, periodically I'm admonished that I could be missing out on miles by not registering credit cards but last time I tried, admittedly over a year ago, I was over my CC allotment.

Generally, RN's back office is not that sophisticated.
I think they actually have increased the number of cards you can have registered in one program. At one point I think the limit was three. (?) I have, fairly recently, been able to register four.

So you might give it another try.

Overall, though, I agree that the program seems to be deteriorating. The number of participating restaurants in my area has decreased.
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Old May 9, 15, 5:03 am
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I think they actually have increased the number of cards you can have registered in one program. At one point I think the limit was three. (?) I have, fairly recently, been able to register four.
I think the limit is now 12. I have 12 registered with AS (MileagePlan Dining). When I tried to add a 13th card recently, I had to delete an existing card first.

And now that I've been using an Amex lately (because of a signup bonus that needs lots of purchase spend within a short time), I have lots of missing dines they have to hunt down (including at restaurants which never had a problem with MC/Visa).
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Old May 9, 15, 5:05 am
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I think the limit is now 12. I have 12 registered with AS (MileagePlan Dining). When I tried to add a 13th card recently, I had to delete something first.
Good to know! I doubt that the limit of 12 will ever be a problem for me, though the previous limit was.
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