11-26-2012 09:23 PM
11-26-2012 09:26 PM
On a side note, I am an AU on Freedom. If I use this card primarily and the account holder never used it, will it positively impact my relationship with Chase going forward being that I am an AU?
I'm pretty sure, I got CSP and Freedom with only 14 months AAOA but I was a AU on my dad's CSP where I made 90% of the purchases and placed 100% of the payments for a few months, not sure if that helped, but considering my highest personal limit at the time was only $1,500 I'm sure it helped. I'm starting to realize that Chase REALLY prefers high scores and high credit limits. If you have both doesn't really matter how you got them imo... ymmv
11-26-2012 09:30 PM
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