What to Do About Your MyPoints Balance…

September 21, 2005 · 3 comments

I’m not going to tell you what to do, no. But let me give you some background information, and then I’ll share my SUGGESTIONS. From there, make your own judgments based on your own personal tolerance for risk.
An article last week by Associated Press writer Justin Bachman contained some interesting passages:

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Carole September 22, 2005 at 11:36 am

Would it be better to cash out and when you receive offer cancel account?


unknowndude October 30, 2005 at 10:43 pm

i’ve contacted mypoints over your claim and they told me “WE ARE NOT GOING ANYWHERE and we didn’t sell mypoints”
your’ew a liar trying to get EVERYONE to go to a reward program YOU like better
at least mypoints still has respect unlike the programs you want everyone to join


Becky October 31, 2005 at 11:03 am

Hi! Just like I said the last time you posted on my site, no, MyPoints has not been sold… YET. However, the parent company of MyPoints, United Airlines, has told a bankruptcy court in Chicago that they do indeed intend to.
The news release about it is here:
I see because it’s such OLD NEWS that it’s now only available for a fee from their archives. I’ll be glad to pay the fee so you can view it — just gimme a shout in email…
And then I’ll gladly accept your apology. :)


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