07-11-2012 10:12 PM
So, my oldest credit card account, my Chase Slate MasterCard just expired and they sent me a new card. Just a brief history, this card started out as a Chase Platinum MasterCard back in 2007. Then, once the Platinum was done away with, the Slate card replaced it and Chase had sent me a new card but it was the first Chase Slate card with the traditional raised numbers (looked like a normal credit card).
Now, that card expired recently and Chase has sent me a new card (the new sideways design) and I absolutely HATE IT!!!! I called Chase to request to see if they can send me a traditional card with raised numbers and I was told that this cannot be done and that this is the design of the Chase Slate. Am I being given the run around or is this true? Has anyone else tried to change their card design?
07-11-2012 10:15 PM
Well if you don't like the design, PC into Chase Freedom. Why would Chase holds onto old card design?
07-12-2012 10:08 AM - edited 07-12-2012 10:10 AM
Am I the only who is thinking, "it's just a credit card?"
Not just you....OP what's it doing or not doing for you? Personally, I like the added security of the flat cards. Edited to add: I'll be happy to take it off your hands.
08-23-2012 05:05 PM
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