For straight-up "cash back on every transaction everywhere", I've never found anything better than Fidelity's 2%. Apple's 2% is limited to stores accepting Apple Pay, and most do not.There are cards that offer better benefits for narrow niches such as frequent flyers of certain airlines, but for the average person this card offers the best blend of usable rewards.
Sounds like you haven't dealt with identity theft. No, it wasn't a mental stretch to think that maybe it was the Apple Card (which is why my first call was to them) but nearly 4 months between opening the card and this showing up, along with a different account number AND address for the Goldman bank, it looked suspicious.I agree. I checked online to see it was Goldman and put 2 and 2 together but some notice would have been good. Not all that hard to put together, right?
This is new for Goldman. It is far easier to make sure they have credit reporting right rather than retract credit reportings after they've posted to consumer's reports.Yeah they ran my credit in August, then just now it shows up? I was going to start calling around and be like, what is going on? Just odd. Other companies report that stuff rather quickly.
"Nearly four months after rolling out in the United States, the Apple Card is now beginning to appear on credit reports.Yes, all my credit cards show up in my credit report. It's amazing. They are not Apple cards though.... what's the point of this story again?
I have yet to get approved for this card because it won't accept my driver's license. I gave up applying.
If you still are interested, others have had success by trying a different background. Did you use a white or light background ground? Try using a dark background and don’t zoom in too close, maybe take up 1/2 to 2/3 of the frame. Assuming your license has a landscape orientation, take a landscape pic.I tried to apply several times, I keep getting error that my identity could not be verified (I have a New York driver license), so I've given up.