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Dreaded Change in Terms Letter for Chase Freedom

So today I received the dreaded change in terms letter for my Chase Freedom.  I'm not happy at all because this was my favorite cashback card (3% cashback in my Top 3 categories).  Plus, when you get $200 cashback you receive a check for $250.  According to the new letter, I will get 5% cashback in rotating categories and no extra $50 when you get $200.  I guess my AMEX Blue Cash will be moved back to number 1.
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Re: Dreaded Change in Terms Letter for Chase Freedom

BTW, the changes are effective on March 31, 2010.
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Re: Dreaded Change in Terms Letter for Chase Freedom

I would reward Chase's move by denying them interchange fees (sockdrawer)
EQ: 801!
I got one foot in the 800 Club, now I need the other two feet.

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