09-10-2008 03:58 PM
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Pappy214 wrote:I would be a bit mad with Chase if I was approved for the card I applied for and they sent a different one. Thats not cool, especially if I wanted the one with the USA Hockey Logo and got the regular card.
09-10-2008 04:28 PM
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sh9730 wrote:OK, thanks....Im pretty sure I got the plain ol Freedom...I got confused because I actually bit on this application via a "pre-approved" spam message when I signed into my bank account (already have checking and mortgage with Chase) and to be honest I didnt pay toooo close of attention to what kind of card I got....then about 2 days later in US mail I got a pre-approval letter for the "Visa Platinum", which doesnt look like as nice of a card....so I think Im ok...I ll know for sure when I see how this reports....anyone know how long Chase takes to report the new account to the CRAs? It took forever for my mortgage, but that is pretty normal. Im hoping fairly quickly as this is my last card for awhile and I want to pull my scores after this one reports and my utils are accurate....this will be my "low" (but not that low) score point for awhile so it will be a good reference point as I pay down some of these balances between now and tax time....Spent too much on stuff for the new house!!
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