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Default amex bluebird update mar 19

amex bluebird will no longer accept direct deposits on unactivated personalized cards from mar 19, good luck
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Why would anyone leave a card unactivated?
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Are the micro deposits from paypal considered direct deposits? I ask this because I know you can get the routing number and account number before the actual card arrives. Should I wait until the card comes before trying to verify PP?
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Why would anyone leave a card unactivated?
Simple, Laziness.
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perfect answer lol, unfortunately dont know about expose codes from pp, are they considered as direct deposit?
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What is the difference between bluebird and serve?
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btw if you register at serve, you cant register at bluebird anymore
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like in person with your SScard in hand??
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nvm, I misread it. I though you were saying that you have to register them now in person vs online.
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So what is better for stealth bluebird or serve?
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I think PP is ACH transfer not direct deposit.
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For some reason my Bluebird card will not link to neither Paypal or eBay. I input the numbers exactly as they appear but it keeps telling me that they are incorrect.
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Who would take the time to sign up for BB and not activate it?

Does not make any sense at all.

I have worn off the color on my blue bird at the atm it is no longer blue.....


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So what is the big advantage of going bluebird over say vanilla visa and a bank account? Just wondering.
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So what is the big advantage of going bluebird over say vanilla visa and a bank account? Just wondering.
Bluebird is not a "Gift Card", it's sort of like ReadyDebit, and other Cards which offer you a Bank Account with an actual Debit Card.

Note: BlueBird requires Real Name, Address, etc.
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I guess it would be cool if I could open up many bluebirds. But being limited to one makes it more of a nuisance than an advantage. To me it's like walking into a bank and them telling me sorry you can only have one acct with us. I'd rather do business with a bank that I can have multiple accts.
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I guess it would be cool if I could open up many bluebirds. But being limited to one makes it more of a nuisance than an advantage. To me it's like walking into a bank and them telling me sorry you can only have one acct with us. I'd rather do business with a bank that I can have multiple accts.
I have 4.

2 in my name and 2 in DH name.

Worth it to me.

I clean them out over and over.

I also do business at banks but this just gives me one more set of banks to use.
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I have been using BlueBird to have Amazon deposits... no problem there, however, didn't realize that there is a $10,000 spending limit per month on these accounts. So you can deposit $50,000 but take only $10k per month
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Few threads going on about this elegant card - just trying to be clear if stealth name deposits work or not - getting mixed posts.
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Works fine, back when this started you could sign up for cards with random info and random ss #'s and it worked for awhile.. Until you had to activate the card. I have one of my own that i use on stealths, how do you exactly withdraw funds? I just it on amazon and at the store to buy stuff instead of withdrawing cash. But, say i wanted to take out cash. How do i do that? With my pin at a wells fargo atm ?

I spent 300-800$ at amazon on goods for the house per month, the money isn't going anywhere so i don't really care,. but just in case the atm is needed. i was curious. I think it's wells fargo. yeah?
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You can withdraw at any bank but some banks charge $2,$3 to withdraw the cash.
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