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Re: Chase Sapphire: Has anyone converted?

how did you get the 5K reward points for upgrading?
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Registered: ‎12-21-2008
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Re: Chase Sapphire: Has anyone converted?

I just converted my Freedom card. The rep I talked to was also able to take my other card and combine it with this one to give me a larger credit limit YAY so now I have an $8900 CL. Also everything else remained the same as far as APR, BT rates etc.

11/2013- EX 690, EQ 763, TU 694
01/2015- EX 781, EQ 775, TU 777

Chase Freedom $7500, AMEX BCE $6000
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Registered: ‎03-30-2007
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Re: Chase Sapphire: Has anyone converted?

The 5K point bonus was in response to a mailed offer to convert.

Starting Score 1/01/10: TU:768 EQ:770
Current Score 8/21/12: TU:776 EQ:779
Goal Score 12/31/10: . TU:800 EQ:800


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