03-06-2009 03:33 PM
I feel sick... after procrastinating calling Chase to find out what else I could convert my Circuit City Rewards Visa card to I finally got around to it today. I checked the account online while researching their other cards and went ahead and gave them a call.
Instead of having a conversation about that I was told instead that my card had been closed by Chase yesterday and that no one could give me an explanation why. After calling back a second time I found out that allegedly they mailed something in the middle of February to me stating that they were closing the account due to Circuit City going out of business and that just happened to happen yesterday (and it's apparently irreversible).
I'm sick because now I'll lose that card history and the 2k limit (leaving $7k limit left across 3 other cards).
Ugh... do I try to request a CLI from one of my other cards to compensate or just bend over and take it?
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