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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.


exdll1 wrote:

I also bank at chase I have their premier plus checking and savings. They pull me off the line and told me I had a real pre approvel for freedom and slate, I took the freedom. Now I wish I knew that if I would of applied for csp in branch I would of got a better deal,, but I'm looking at the United Club card but dont know if I should wait since I just got csp this month


what do you mean by the text in red? 

same as i posted? 

in our systems a pre approval doing a transaction is fitting some kind of requirements. 

on the other hand if you sit down with a banker and look over your accounts and it says your pre approved your getting the damn card lol. if you want it that is. 

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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.

I dont know how I did that red thing.  The catch when I did the freedom pre-appoval with the banker I never got the $ 200 bonus , I was told that when you use a banker you lose the bonus, but I still push and called different account rep. and was able to get it      

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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.


creditnocash wrote:

what product do you use to see soft pulls? 

i thought you had to do it via the ca itself. 

 

i know with my bank if your pre approved via soft there is no hard inq if you accept. 

but hard for just about everything else. 


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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.

wow and congrats. it sounds like you got the visa siggy version

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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.


beb86 wrote:

wow and congrats. it sounds like you got the visa siggy version


CSP is siggy or bust actually.  There isn't a regular version of the card.

 

Swampy: congrats senor, that is a sweet approval!  Hoping I get similar in a year or so.  Out of curiosity, when did you open your Chase checking and/or savings account?

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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.


Revelate wrote:

beb86 wrote:

wow and congrats. it sounds like you got the visa siggy version


CSP is siggy or bust actually.  There isn't a regular version of the card.

 

Swampy: congrats senor, that is a sweet approval!  Hoping I get similar in a year or so.  Out of curiosity, when did you open your Chase checking and/or savings account?


Well looks like I was right haha :smileytongue: 

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Re: CSP approved w/40k bonus points after $2k spent. Yes, $2k.


Jutz wrote:

creditnocash wrote:

what product do you use to see soft pulls? 

i thought you had to do it via the ca itself. 


I'm interested in this as well


If you keep your 10-digit report number when you pull Experian, you can go back to their website within 90 days and click "View Report Again" (at the bottom) to see an updated report for free.

 


Revelate wrote:

Swampy: congrats senor, that is a sweet approval!  Hoping I get similar in a year or so.  Out of curiosity, when did you open your Chase checking and/or savings account?


 Opened my checking account in July of this year with a $150 bonus coupon. Was planning to close it after 7 months and keep the bonus, but I have been so impressed with their banking and electronic processing speeds that I ended up closing both of my Capital One deposit accounts instead.

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