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Re: Chase statement date keeps changing??!!



smallfry wrote:

Exactly my experience. In this regard Chase is tops. My card ALWAYS cuts on the 2nd. Never any doubt and the website updates all activity by 10 that night while most other cards take a few days. Now if I could just get them to give me a nice CL w/o pulling EX ad infinitum they might be my favorite.

DF's Chase card, too.  Always on the 10th, like clockwork.

 
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Re: Chase statement date keeps changing??!!

Thanks everyone. I'll wait for the first statement to cut and see what happens.
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