10-10-2012 03:49 PM
Alright, come out and say it already! Successsful?
10-10-2012 04:14 PM
He posted approval on another thread.
10-10-2012 04:44 PM
I've been looking into Chase recently. Had a balance of $81k with them when I filed for BK in '09. I might put an application through and see if they throw darts at my picture.
I did apply and after three recons was approved for a small limit Chase Freedom. But what a great chance to hit the restart button.At some point I plan to shift my every day banking over to Chase. I appreciate that they were good enough to offer me another opportunity. Anything is possible.I also plan to repay my previous debt. I believe that is important in moving forward!
10-10-2012 05:15 PM - edited 10-10-2012 05:17 PM
i was able to get chase freedom for 5K lady on the phone put me on hold few times in the end i was able get it : ) she ask me why did i have CO how did it happen and she also ask me about me job and salary. this has proof that anyway with CO is able to get back in.
10-10-2012 05:27 PM
this has proof that anyway with CO is able to get back in.
10-10-2012 05:29 PM
Awesome! Glad to hear it!
10-12-2012 11:43 AM - edited 10-12-2012 11:43 AM
I filed C7 BK in 5/2002 and included four CC companies. Chase was not one of them, but one of the banks they have acquired over the years was IIB. I applied for Chase Freedom a few months ago (after the BK was off my CR) and was initially given the 10-30 day message. I called in to the back door number and did a manual review. I was asked about the BK. They asked several times why I filed BK on a Chase account. I stayed firm to the fact that I did NOT file BK on a Chase account (how am I to know which banks they acquired over the years?) and after a few minutes of hold time I was advised I would get a decision in the mail within 10 to 30 days, just like the online application stated. About a half hour later I called in to the application status line and was approved for $6,000, which matched my GECRB PayPal Mastercard.
11-09-2012 10:45 AM
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