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Re: CSP 55k Offer?


09Lexie wrote:
@ Hoosier

With 3 Freedoms, why a 4th?

Maybe Hoosier enjoys the Freedom or tons of Freedom?  LOL  Smiley Tongue

I was wondering about that too - unless each one serves a purpose on the cap, then again, I would be combining those CLs pretty quickly...

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Assuming you are not maxing the caps on the three cards, I would just move CL's and eliminate some of the smaller CL's .

Just my .02
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Re: CSP 55k Offer?


09Lexie wrote:
Assuming you are not maxing the caps on the three cards, I would just move CL's and eliminate some of the smaller CL's .

Just my .02

Right, I'm not able to max the caps but two of the Freedoms are old Washington Mutual and Chase Platinum cards that I have had for 10 years or so with toy credit lines.  I only keep them to help AAoA and they stay sock-drawered.

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Not happy with Chase ATM, this is the response DW got from them

 

Dear wHiTeSoL's DW,

I am writing in response to your request to match the 
bonus points offer on your Chase Sapphire Preferred 
account.

The offer rewards you with 50,000 bonus reward points on 
your Sapphire Preferred account. In order to match this 
offer on your existing Sapphire account, please reply to 
this e-mail with the Offer Code and Invitation Number that
were included on the direct mail offer that was addressed 
to you. Once we receive your reply, we will be happy to 
submit the request to update the rewards on your account.

If you were not the recipient of the mailing, we will be 
unable to honor the request to apply the offer to your 
account. I understand you may be disappointed and I am 
sincerely sorry for any confusion. Please know that we 
will consider reviewing the terms of other offers you 
receive in the future.

Also, please note that the offer of 5,000 bonus points on 
adding an Authorized User is available for accounts opened
on or after 11/18/2013. As your account was opened before
11/18/2013, we are unable to match this offer on your 
account. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause
you.

Although we appreciate your loyalty, we ask that you trust
that this decision is the same for all members whose 
accounts do not fall within this designated time frame. 
We feel that adhering to the same policy for all members 
outside of this designated time frame is the best way to 
remain fair and consistent.

If you have any further questions, please reply using the 
Secure Message Center. 

Thank you,

XXXXXXXXXXXX 
Customer Service Specialist



Account is owned by Chase Bank USA, N.A. and may be 
serviced by its affiliates.


   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

  | CSP (AU) $12,000 | Amex PRG (AU) | United $6,000 | OCCU $12,000 | Ink Bold | GM $3,200 | DCU $7500 | Luthansa $9000 | SPG $6,000 | Citi AA Executive $11,000 | Ink Plus $5,000                                                                         | EX 2/7 697 | EQ 10/27 721 | TU 12/15 719 |

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Well damn, isn't the 50K a public offer? Also unfair of the 5k AU point bonus. Was this there first response back?


12/28/13 (Garden Start Date)



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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

How can a card have two different annual fees? One is $95 for the 40,000 bonus, and one is $125 for the 50,000 bonus. Is this a sign that Chase is going to raise the AF for the Sapphire to $125? Can they even do that to current cardmembers?


Chase Freedom Visa: 11/2009, $4,700 CL
Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature: 11/2013, $15,000 CL
U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature: 11/2013, $15,700 CL
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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

Well that sucks, wHiTeSoL. Wish they would at least give the 5000 points for adding the AU. I just applied on Noverber 1. If only I had known, I would have waited a little longer to apply.

My Scores(10/31/13): Expedian 795, Equifax 777, TransUnion 772
My Cards from oldest to newest: BOFA Rewards (3.5K), CapOne Platinum Quicksilver (3K), US Bank Platinum (1.4K), Chase Amazon (3K), Discover It (9K), AMEX BCP (15K), Chase Freedom (8K), CSP (11.8K)
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Re: CSP 55k Offer?


SiouxsieSioux wrote:

Well that sucks, wHiTeSoL. Wish they would at least give the 5000 points for adding the AU. I just applied on Noverber 1. If only I had known, I would have waited a little longer to apply.


DW applied and was approved 10/27, and yes this was the first reply. I will keep everyone posted =)


   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

  | CSP (AU) $12,000 | Amex PRG (AU) | United $6,000 | OCCU $12,000 | Ink Bold | GM $3,200 | DCU $7500 | Luthansa $9000 | SPG $6,000 | Citi AA Executive $11,000 | Ink Plus $5,000                                                                         | EX 2/7 697 | EQ 10/27 721 | TU 12/15 719 |

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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

I really hope they don't raise our AF from $95 to $125...because that would suck. :/

EQ: 768 TU: 769 EXP: 805
CSP: 7K | Chase Freedom: 5.7K
MERRILL+® VS: 9K | BOA AMEX: 1K
BOA 123: 7K Discover IT: 6K | Discover Chrome 4K | Costco AMEX: 15K | AMEX PRG NPSL | AMEX BCE 15K | Barclay NFL: 4.9K | Citi TYP 7K | Amazon Chase 1.7K | Barclaycard Arrival Plus WEMC 5K | Citi DC 5K | FNBO AMEX 4.8K | CAP 1 QS 10K | U.S. Bank Cash+ VS 5K |U.S. Bank Perks+ VS 6K
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Re: CSP 55k Offer?

I just finished talking to a CSP rep and she told me that it was a new strategy from chase marketing team to see which one would work better for the company (she meant the 40,000 pts bonus with $95 AF vs 50,000 pts bonus with $125 AF). The previous card owners opened before 11/18/2013 would NOT be affected.

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