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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???


Anarchy wrote:

I say go for it.


chnceit! Smiley Wink


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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

Go for it and let us know!!
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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???


Jayb5635 wrote:
My AAoA is at 3 years right now, oldest account over 11 years ago. I've had the chase freedom since August, and I've had a checking account with them for about 7 years.

You should go speak to a relationship banker at a branch and see if you have any pre-approvals. That's how I found out I was pre-approved for a CSP.

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

Why is it best to ap in Janurary?

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

Try the Chase preapproval link maybe that will pull up any offers

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

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constantgardener wrote:

Why is it best to ap in Janurary?


 

 

Optimum backdating. Your new card will an open date of 01/2012 (or whatever yor Member since date is).

 

So, if I were to get a new card now, my open date would be 01/2008 not 01/2013.

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???


chnceit wrote:
Try the Chase preapproval link maybe that will pull up any offers

It doesn't pull from the same source as the banker's tool does. The best way to find out is to go see them.

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

Good to know, I wish I had a Chase bank near by so I can ask the banker every month or so Smiley Happy

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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

I have a chase branch right across from my job so I'll ask today. Regardless, I'ma wait another week to apply because my freedom reports on the 24th and I want it to show a zero balance.








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Re: Amex Zync, now BCE ???

I spoke with someone at a branch and was told I had no preapproval offers. Doesn't concern me tho, as I wasn't preapproved for either my freedom or zync. Something interesting I heard from the guy at chase was him stating he has recently seen sapphire preferred cards with credit lines under 5k. Anyone else aware of this ???








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