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Jp Morgan select is it gone forever ???

I know the app for this card has been taken off the website, but does anyone know if it still exists to new applicants ??? Can you still call in an apply for it ?? Anyone get approved for it recently ??
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Re: Jp Morgan select is it gone forever ???

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As I understand it you simply have to apply for it in person at a branch.

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Re: Jp Morgan select is it gone forever ???


Revelate wrote:

As I understand it you simply have to apply for it in person at a branch.


+1...Per the Executive Office, it is not gone, and they have no immediate plans of replacing it - it's just no longer available online for new applicants. You have to apply in person at a branch.

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Re: Jp Morgan select is it gone forever ???

Do you have to be a private client ??? I am not one, can i apply through my business banker ?? 

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Re: Jp Morgan select is it gone forever ???

I'm really glad it's not gone for good.  I love my Select card and use it all the time.  I really like having a hidden 25K trade line.  :smileyvery-happy:

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android01 wrote:

I'm really glad it's not gone for good.  I love my Select card and use it all the time.  I really like having a hidden 25K trade line.  :smileyvery-happy:


Agreed, so far I've financed a vacation and a laptop that I chose to pay off over several months. It was nice knowing my credit reports would remain pristine. :smileywink:


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