03-01-2010 02:11 PM
Hey does anyone still have a Chase flexible rewards card that hasn't been converted to a Chase freedom, or slate, or whatever else they are changing them to?
I two chase accounts, one of which came from WaMu, and they are both Flexible reward cards. Do anyone know when they might be converted? Also, I have a high balance on them, could they close them? Has this happened to anyone else?
03-02-2010 12:11 PM
I have this card. I had a Wamu plat card with 1% cash back that was converted to the Flexible Rewards card. If I remember correctly, my letter from Chase said I was given this card because I had a rewards card from Wamu? I was going to call and ask them to switch it to the Freedom card, but as of yet, Chase has yet to touch my interest rate or CL from Wamu, and as I don't really use it that much, I have never bothered.
03-02-2010 12:45 PM
I have this card (changed over from circuit city card) i was going to call to get a product change to the freedom card.
I did get rate jacked from 17% to 24.99%.
I barely use this card it has 3 yr history so i'll keep it.
03-02-2010 02:22 PM
ok i call chase product change number i got from here. i asked them if i can change my flex reward card to a chase freedom card she said no.
that i would need to apply for a new card ......is this true ? anybody product change this card to freedom card...........?
03-02-2010 03:24 PM
I think each case is different, I also had the VISA WaMu Platinum with 1% cash back, when Chase bought WaMu they gace me the Flexible Reawards which I almost immediately switched to the VISA Chase Perfect Card.
A few days ago (since I needed a MASTERCARD), I sent a secure message online asking them to trade my VISA Perfect Card to a MASTERCARD Perfect Card... It was not possible. So then I asked them if I was eligible to switch to any other card (MASTERCARD) and they said it was possible for the MASTERCARD Slate so I product changed my card.
Each situation vaies so why don't you send them an online secure message.
Good luck and keep us updated!
03-02-2010 04:35 PM - edited 03-02-2010 04:37 PM
03-05-2010 04:34 AM
Sent chase a message on product change from flex to freedom.
they said " sorry not at this time no product change" i must apply for a new card...........!!NO WAY!! sorry chase heres a sock draw for you. take that
if i use it will only use it for small purchase and PIF....its my highest apr @ 24.99% 4k CLI -2.13 balance.
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