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Iaopera,

I think we'll see more and more of this as consumers, especially on the milage and cash back cards that there will be limites were non exsisted previously. This is an area that Card companies can cut costs and add more money to their pocekts without really affecting the advertizing of their product at all. We'll start to see cards with a cap on Milage such as you mentioned or a cap on how much cash back can be paid per year say $500.00.

Sorry but I dont know of any card still offering unlimited miles, but there might be once consumers get wise to this and some card company flaunts this in advertizing..

Rob

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