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kc12286
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Re: Chase


QAMngrGirl wrote:

Sorry! I somehow misread that :smileyembarrassed:

DMP = Debt Managment Program (either through a CCCS agency or their in-house Repayment plans)


Yeah I did agree to certain terms when I closed my account. I'll still end up paying it off earlier than expected.

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Re: Chase


kc12286 wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

kc12286 wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

That's nice of Chase to do. Just curious, why was your Chase Freedom account closed?


Long story short,  I closed it. Due you have the same card?


I have a Chase Freedom Visa Signature card (18k CL, 12.99% APR).


Hmm. The one I had was just straight Chase Freedom and it was actually a Mastercard, rather than Visa.


To the best of my knowledge, the Chase Freedom card comes in 4 different versions:

 

  1. Chase Freedom Visa
  2. Chase Freedom Visa Signature
  3. Chase Freedom MasterCard
  4. Chase Freedom World MasterCard
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Re: Chase


kevinjjc wrote:

kc12286 wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

kc12286 wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

That's nice of Chase to do. Just curious, why was your Chase Freedom account closed?


Long story short,  I closed it. Due you have the same card?


I have a Chase Freedom Visa Signature card (18k CL, 12.99% APR).


Hmm. The one I had was just straight Chase Freedom and it was actually a Mastercard, rather than Visa.


To the best of my knowledge, the Chase Freedom card comes in 4 different versions:

 

  1. Chase Freedom Visa
  2. Chase Freedom Visa Signature
  3. Chase Freedom MasterCard
  4. Chase Freedom World MasterCard

WOW, I didn't know that. When I applied for mine in 07, I vaguely only remember seeing the MC card offered.  

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MovingForward_2012
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Re: Chase

Do you know what types of limits are associated with the different types of freedom cards you listed?
Cards: Orchard Bank ($1100) | Cap1 Cash Rewards ($2500) | Chase Freedom ($1000) | Best Buy ($2500) | Discover It ($1000) | Barclay Rewards ($2500) | Current scores: EX FAKO: 684, CK TU: 649, FICO EQ: 680, FICO TU: 698, FICO EX: 658 Happy Homeowner Since 2/6/13! :smileyhappy: Last App: 4/5/13 Gardening until July 2014
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MovingForward_2012 wrote:
Do you know what types of limits are associated with the different types of freedom cards you listed?

well the visa siggy and the WMC have a minimum qualifable CL of at least 5K.  They won't let you get them or PC to them until you can qualify for at least 5K

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kevinjjc
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Re: Chase

Chase Freedom Visa is the default card issued. (Visa Signature if you qualify.)

 

If you want the MasterCard version, the app has to specify it's for a MC. (World MasterCard if you qualify.) http://www.mastercard.us/find-a-card.html

 

For example, if you app from the Chase website, you'd be app'ing for the Visa version. I believe this is true for all Chase credit cards, at least currently.

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Re: Chase

Thanks all for the information. We'll see what I get or don't get...LOL!
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