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Denied for Chase Sapphire

I was denied for too little income (21K). The letter doesn't mention a recon line, but that's still an option right? Do I stand a chance of changing their minds if I was dinged for this reason? What's the best way to proceed? TYIA :-)

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire


evergreenforest wrote:

I was denied for too little income (21K). The letter doesn't mention a recon line, but that's still an option right? Do I stand a chance of changing their minds if I was dinged for this reason? What's the best way to proceed? TYIA :-)


With an income that low, you won't be approved recon or not. It's well below the minimum required for that card.

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire

Sorry OP. Smiley Sad

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire


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evergreenforest wrote:

I was denied for too little income (21K). The letter doesn't mention a recon line, but that's still an option right? Do I stand a chance of changing their minds if I was dinged for this reason? What's the best way to proceed? TYIA :-)


With an income that low, you won't be approved recon or not. It's well below the minimum required for that card.


Out of curiosity what is the minimum income required for this card?

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notfancy wrote:

CreditScholar wrote:

evergreenforest wrote:

I was denied for too little income (21K). The letter doesn't mention a recon line, but that's still an option right? Do I stand a chance of changing their minds if I was dinged for this reason? What's the best way to proceed? TYIA :-)


With an income that low, you won't be approved recon or not. It's well below the minimum required for that card.


Out of curiosity what is the minimum income required for this card?


I'm pretty sure it's 35k, which frankly isn't that much. The card was originally designed for people earning over 125k, but Chase has obviously loosened that quite a bit since then for several reasons.

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire


CreditScholar wrote:

evergreenforest wrote:

I was denied for too little income (21K). The letter doesn't mention a recon line, but that's still an option right? Do I stand a chance of changing their minds if I was dinged for this reason? What's the best way to proceed? TYIA :-)


With an income that low, you won't be approved recon or not. It's well below the minimum required for that card.


That's what I figured. Is there a list or thread somewhere with a compilation of minmum incomes? I'd like to know for other cards so I don' t have this issue next time.

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire

As previous member said, that he believes it is $35k a year for this card is not true. I received my card with a $5,000 limit with an annual income of $28,000

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire

Also, if you call to recon, my friend did the same and then got approved 

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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire

Definitely call to recon ... worth a shot. Good luck!
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Re: Denied for Chase Sapphire

I agree. recon -- with Chase it won't hurt.

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