Mlife’s New Brand & Card, Best AA 7,500 Mile Routes, eBay Taking eBay Bucks Without Reason & More!

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Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we bring you some of the best posts from around the web. Enjoy!

This Week Around the Web

Warning: eBay Can & Will Take Away Your eBay Bucks & Not Tell You Why –  A case where eBay simply decided to take away eBay Bucks without any reason or accountability.

LEAKED! Details of the new Mlife Rewards Mastercard: Will It Be Worth Considering? – Mlife is rebranding as Mlife Rewards, but it seems they have another trick up their sleeve, a new co-branded credit card

LastPass Review – It’s time to change all your passwords! – Why you may want to beef up your password security by using a program such as LastPass to store unique passwords for each site.

Citi Responds to My CFPB Complaint & Posts the 50k ThankYou Points – After a long ordeal some are finally getting Citi to honor the Citigold deal.

Three Reasons NOT to Privatize the TSA (#garyleffiswrong) – Is privatizing the TSA the answer to solving long wait times and other issues at airport security?

Best Routes for AA’s New 7,500-Mile Award Level – Which short routes present the best value for your 7,500 mile redemptions?

Cathay Pacific Asia Miles Cheat Sheet For Using Your Miles – Everything you need to know about redeeming miles in Cathay Pacific’s loyalty program Asia Miles.

Have a great weekend!

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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