06-18-2013 02:30 PM
06-18-2013 02:33 PM
06-18-2013 02:34 PM
Well I did call. CSP was also approved but only for 5K. United Explorer was 12K. I would actually like to have those "switched". Would that be something calling an analyst might be able to do? Essentially asking for a CLI.
well congrats on the CSP approval also. Not sure if you can cuz the accounts were just approved but doesnt hurt to ask. If you do recon your CSP limit most likely it will be another HP (which i dont think you want right now). But it doesnt hurt to ask if you could maybe move some of your limit from the United to the CSP. Good luck and keep us posted.
06-18-2013 02:50 PM
Thanks for all of the help. I think I'll do like Lexie suggests and try with activation. I'll see if they can do it on a soft pull or based on the previous reports used to approve the card. If not, its not a big deal but it would be nice. I'll let you guys know if something does change.
06-18-2013 06:45 PM
I'm starting to notice a pattern that Chase will HP all three bureaus when you're not instantly approved for a card, which makes sense.
That worries me. I'll likely have to recon my upcoming Freedom app, and after hearing this, I'm not sure if it's worth 3x HPs.
I wouldn't sweat it. I was originally denied my Freedom, approved after recon, only the one pull.
There's a difference between a denial and a maybe, not quite, we're not sure application. The second category is typically where multiple bureaus will be pulled to increase Chase's resolution of you as a consumer. If one gets denied straight out (like I did) and necessitates a recon, it's the one pull unless they have to pull another report for whatever reason, likely because you've stated something was incorrect in their original pull and has since been fixed.
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