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Chase & Visa Signature reporting

This may be a dumb question, but for those of you who have Visa Signature cards with Chase, does Chase report your limit to the CBs, or not?  Just wondering what I should expect from my first siggy card.  I was always under the impression that no Signature card reported a limit, but I just read that it depends on the creditor.

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Re: Chase & Visa Signature reporting

From what i read here Chase does reports limits even if it's a visa sig. Bank of America on the other hand doesn't.
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Re: Chase & Visa Signature reporting

Both of my Chase cards that are Visa Signature report limits. 

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Re: Chase & Visa Signature reporting

That's great news!  I was hoping they would.  Might give me some more leverage for getting CLIs from my other cards down the line.  Thanks!

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Re: Chase & Visa Signature reporting


ObeyJohnny12 wrote:
From what i read here Chase does reports limits even if it's a visa sig. Bank of America on the other hand doesn't.

I have 4 Visa Signature cards between Chase and BofA (as noted below in the signature)...ALL of them report a credit limit, a high balance, and a notation that they are flexible spending accounts.  I didn't ask BofA or Chase to report the CL, they just did. 

Diners Club Premier MasterCard $50K / AMEX Gold NPSL / AMEX Zync NPSL / AMEX Blue Cash Preferred $14K / Bank of America Cash Rewards Signature Visa $15K / Merrill Lynch Plus Signature Visa $15K / Wells Fargo Propel 365 $15K / Chase Sapphire Preferred Signature Visa $10K / J P Morgan Select Signature Visa $10K / Chase Slate Visa $6K / CITI Diamond Preferred MasterCard $13.2K / Discover IT $10.5K / IberiaBank Select Visa $8K / 1st Command Bank Platinum Visa $7.5K // Home Depot $9.7K / Lowes $10K

EX = 818 EQ = 822 TU = 830 - 01/2015

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