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Chase Palladium Apply?

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Re: Chase Palladium Apply?

I got the Palladium app . . . its a standard app with no mention of income requirements or private banking.  It does ask if you have a checking and/or savings like all apps.  Also, if your checking/savings is Chase they want to know what state the account was opened.

 

Other than that, its your standard app.  13.24% APR $595AF $99 add'l card.  I think the only reason for the paper-app only is so they can laser your sig on the card, there is a special section for your signature.

About $215,000 total credit among 11 cards
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n777ua wrote:

I got the Palladium app . . . its a standard app with no mention of income requirements or private banking.  It does ask if you have a checking and/or savings like all apps.  Also, if your checking/savings is Chase they want to know what state the account was opened.

 

Other than that, its your standard app.  13.24% APR $595AF $99 add'l card.  I think the only reason for the paper-app only is so they can laser your sig on the card, there is a special section for your signature.


Man they go all the way huh. Laser  your sig




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Does the benefit book come with the app or any explanation directly from Chase of the benefits?

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TannerK wrote:

Does the benefit book come with the app or any explanation directly from Chase of the benefits?


From page 1:

 

Features:

  • Features a smart chip for ease of use when traveling internationally.

  • No foreign transaction fees or cash advance fees

  • Access to 24/7 Priority Customer Service at 

  • J.P. Morgan Concierge Service available around-the-clock to assist you with travel arrangements, dinner reservations, theatre tickets, and more1

  • No pre-set spending limit and the option to revolve2

  • No nuisance fees (no overlimit or late fees)

  • $595 Annual Fee

    Exceptional Rewards3:

    • No annual cap or expiration dates on points
    • Earn two points for every dollar you spend on airline, hotel, and car rental purchases.
    • Earn one point for every eligible dollar you spend on all other purchases.
    • Receive 35,000 bonus points when you spend $100,000 annually and make another purchase within that year • Receive 1:1 transfer of points to major frequent travel programs
    • Redeem points for travel on most airlines with virtually no restrictions, gift certificates, gift cards & merchandise • Access Ultimate Rewards at www.ultimaterewards.com

    Exclusive Travel Benefits4:

    • Insurance coverage for: Travel Delay & Cancellation, Lost/Delayed Baggage, Auto Rental, Emergency Evacuation • A complimentary hour of flight time with the purchase of your first Marquis Jet Card. 

About $215,000 total credit among 11 cards
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Thank you.

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I was going to post this yesterday but I didn't have time. My cousin applied for the Palladium card and got approved. He told me that the application, is like any other, however, two days after he applied he received a phone call asking him for some extra information such as: current net worth, verification of employment, and income, etc. He sent them the info via e-mail and received an e-mail follow by a phone call saying that his application was approved. He makes very good money, around $275,000 a year, but he doesn't think that made the difference. Also, he applied 'cause a good friend of his applied. His friend was not asked a single question, nor got a phone call, about employment verification, assets, or income. Now, his friend makes much less than he does (it is not part of the 1%).

 

In resume, I don't think the Palladium is based exclusively on income anymore, however, you need a good credit and a decent income to get it. Hope this helps.

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I know it's a charge card basically that you can revole, but did they tell him a credit line to start out or just "charge away we will contact if you are getting close to what we have you set at!"

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Creditaddict wrote:

I know it's a charge card basically that you can revole, but did they tell him a credit line to start out or just "charge away we will contact if you are getting close to what we have you set at!"


Sorry, I knew I forgot to mention that. Apparently the card he got has NPSL; however, his friend's has a CL of $20K.

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EQ FICO 779; TU FICO 783; EX FAKO 821
In my wallet: USAA AMEX, USAA World MasterCard,Service Credit Union Platinum Visa, Chase MasterCard, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Discover More Card, American Express Gold, American Express Platinum, Chase Continental One Pass


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Creditaddict wrote:

I know it's a charge card basically that you can revole, but did they tell him a credit line to start out or just "charge away we will contact if you are getting close to what we have you set at!"


You want this card?




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CS800 wrote:

Creditaddict wrote:

I know it's a charge card basically that you can revole, but did they tell him a credit line to start out or just "charge away we will contact if you are getting close to what we have you set at!"


You want this card?


WELL YES!!!

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