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Re: JP Morgan Select Visa approved


bribro wrote:

Here's a quick summary I put together contrasting the JPM Select and CSP (it's been copy and pasted in a few threads now):

 

So the advantages of JPM Select over CSP are:

  • Hidden TL
  • EMV chip & signature
  • Primary rental car CDW
  • No late or over limit fees
  • 25k points bonus after $100k yearly spend

 

And the disavantages are:

  • Weaker rewards (2x airfare, hotel, and car rentals vs. 2x on ALL travel and food with CSP)
  • No 7% annual points dividend
  • No sign-up bonus (currently 40k points with CSP)
  • Plain plastic credit card

Got to Love the hidden TL Smiley Happy




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Re: JP Morgan Select Visa approved


way2evil wrote:

How do I tell the limit they gave me? I got an instant approval for this card.


Would you mind posting a picture of it when you receive it, if you haven't already (obviously with the numbers blocked out!). I really want to see what one looks like besides the stock picture. Thanks.


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Re: JP Morgan Select Visa approved

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This blog has pictures: Mod Cut

 

Sorry but that site contains credit repair tactics that are not allowed to be discussed here.

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Re: JP Morgan Select Visa approved


CS800 wrote:

bribro wrote:

Here's a quick summary I put together contrasting the JPM Select and CSP (it's been copy and pasted in a few threads now):

 

So the advantages of JPM Select over CSP are:

  • Hidden TL
  • EMV chip & signature
  • Primary rental car CDW
  • No late or over limit fees
  • 25k points bonus after $100k yearly spend

 

And the disavantages are:

  • Weaker rewards (2x airfare, hotel, and car rentals vs. 2x on ALL travel and food with CSP)
  • No 7% annual points dividend
  • No sign-up bonus (currently 40k points with CSP)
  • Plain plastic credit card

Got to Love the hidden TL Smiley Happy


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Re: JP Morgan Select Visa approved

Congrats.  Very nice card


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