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J.P Morgan Chase Select Credit Card.

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how hard to get that card?

do i need to be 800 fico scores?

6 digit income?


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Re: J.P Morgan Chase

mokong wrote:

how hard to get that card?

You're going to have to be more specific.
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Re: J.P Morgan Chase

ctb89 wrote:

mokong wrote:

how hard to get that card?

You're going to have to be more specific.
I'm gonna assume that you're talking about the "select" card. I've inquired via their message system and from what I've learned the requirements are on par with the csp.

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Re: J.P Morgan Chase

The requirements for the J.P. Morgan Select card are very similar to CSP. IMO, the CSP is a much better card benefits-wise. The JPM Select has an EMV chip, a better points bonus if you spend $100k in a year, and rental car insurance, but that's about it.

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Re: J.P Morgan Chase Select Credit Card.

I don't think it's any more difficult than Sapphire.


I inquired not too long ago about what I was eligible to PC my Freedom into, and the response I received was basically this: Request a CLI, and if you get $5,000 or more, you're eligible to convert to CS, CSP, or JPM Select. They didn't mention anything about needing to have a certain score, income, etc... So I assume the message is basically that if you're creditworthy enough to have a $5K line with them, you're creditworthy enough for any of those cards.


FWIW, I do have an existing $5K line on a CS card, but I do not have a six-digit income. Smiley Happy

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