01-12-2013 12:55 PM
01-12-2013 01:21 PM
I think you will be approved
Apped online: 12/8/12 and was instantly approved.
I called the automated number and found out I had been given a $500 CL.
Called the number and found out why a small line, etc and found out it was because a few cards didn't update their new Credit Lines.
I waited a few weeks for them to update my reports with my new lines.
Submitted CLI Request on 1/7/13 and called the backdoor number the same day. I spoke with a rep and got approved for a $1,000 increase.
End result: Approved for Chase Freedom and have a $1,500 Credit Limit.
01-12-2013 05:44 PM
(for Chase Sapphire)
Apped online - 12/26/12 - proly got something along the lines of needs manual review
-waited out the days - got a letter in the mail with denial (not enough gross annual income to qualify for cc) - letter was dated 12/27 so proly got it 12/28 or 12/29?
Called for recon 1/2 & updated income to include an extra $10K
Called about status 1/4 - computer failed to generate security questions for me so I had to fax them my driver's license
Got another denial letter from them 1/10 (reason for denial: unverified or missing date of birth; letter dated 1/5)
Called again 1/11 - CSR said they actually approved me on 1/7!
Ultimate result: approved for $5K~
01-12-2013 07:13 PM
I got Chase recon story!
I applied for a Chase Ink Cash for biz and got the we need to further review your application. So of course I called right away and she asked me a few questions about my balances and how much does my biz makes. Then she put me on hold for like 10 minutes I swear. Then she came back and said congratulations Chnceit you have been approved for 8K!!
Chase is great for recons!
Good luck OP!
01-12-2013 07:15 PM
I have never been "recommended" for approval but have had to ask for reconsideration before.
I got the Chase Amazon card about a week or two before I applied for the Chase Freedom.
Applied online - not sure of date, sorry. I received a further review message
Waited for letter (back when I did not know anything of ringing the card companies and thought you had to wait). I was declined for "too many requsts of credit from us", because of the Chase Amazon.
Searched online and saw people had the same problem and they rang in for reconsideration. After a few minutes I was approved.
01-12-2013 08:36 PM
01-12-2013 10:20 PM
01-12-2013 10:29 PM
I think you may be able to find out via the automated system even before Monday. Sometimes the computers just update the next day or so and get an auto approval after a manual push. If the rep still has to deal with it then you must wait another day or two
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