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HiLine
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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


OhioCPA wrote:

Chase gave my son a Visa Signature with $25K income. Although his CL was $4,900.


Are you saying your son had a Visa with a $4,900 CL that got converted to a Visa Signature with a higher limit or do you mean your son's Visa Signature had a limit of $4,900?

 

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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


HiLine wrote:

OhioCPA wrote:

Chase gave my son a Visa Signature with $25K income. Although his CL was $4,900.


Are you saying your son had a Visa with a $4,900 CL that got converted to a Visa Signature with a higher limit or do you mean your son's Visa Signature had a limit of $4,900?

 


His Chase Freedom is a Visa Signature with a CL of $4,900.

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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


OhioCPA wrote:

HiLine wrote:

OhioCPA wrote:

Chase gave my son a Visa Signature with $25K income. Although his CL was $4,900.


Are you saying your son had a Visa with a $4,900 CL that got converted to a Visa Signature with a higher limit or do you mean your son's Visa Signature had a limit of $4,900?

 


His Chase Freedom is a Visa Signature with a CL of $4,900.


Interesting. Normally Visa Signature cards have a minimum credit limit of $5,000. Your son is the only exception I've heard of. I guess the 5k rule dosn't always apply. :smileywink:

 

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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


HiLine wrote:
Interesting. Normally Visa Signature cards have a minimum credit limit of $5,000. Your son is the only exception I've heard of. I guess the 5k rule dosn't always apply. :smileywink:

 



I thought the same and was surprised to see that it was a Visa Signature when he showed me the card.

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kevinjjc
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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?

It's highly unlikely, but maybe Chase mailed him the wrong plastic. :smileysurprised: :smileyindifferent:

 

You can verify that he's indeed a Visa Signature cardholder here: https://www.fandango.com/visasignature

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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


kevinjjc wrote:

It's highly unlikely, but maybe Chase mailed him the wrong plastic. :smileysurprised: :smileyindifferent:

 

You can verify that he's indeed a Visa Signature cardholder here: https://www.fandango.com/visasignature


Or here:

 

https://www.benefitinformationcenter.com/

 

By the way, that's a very useful link! Thanks for posting it!

 

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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


HiLine wrote:

OhioCPA wrote:

HiLine wrote:

OhioCPA wrote:

Chase gave my son a Visa Signature with $25K income. Although his CL was $4,900.


Are you saying your son had a Visa with a $4,900 CL that got converted to a Visa Signature with a higher limit or do you mean your son's Visa Signature had a limit of $4,900?

 


His Chase Freedom is a Visa Signature with a CL of $4,900.


Interesting. Normally Visa Signature cards have a minimum credit limit of $5,000. Your son is the only exception I've heard of. I guess the 5k rule dosn't always apply. :smileywink:

 


There was another recent case posted here about the US Bank Cash Plus.  The OP had applied for the Cash Plus but received the lower Flex card, with a $1,500 limit.

A few weeks later, he was sent the Visa Signature Cash Plus card, with the same account number and the same limit.  He confirmed with the bank that this was not a mistake.  On that thread, someone else said the same had happened to him.

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kevinjjc
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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


HiLine wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

It's highly unlikely, but maybe Chase mailed him the wrong plastic. :smileysurprised: :smileyindifferent:

 

You can verify that he's indeed a Visa Signature cardholder here: https://www.fandango.com/visasignature


Or here:

 

https://www.benefitinformationcenter.com/

 

By the way, that's a very useful link! Thanks for posting it!

 


 

Here's another useful link: https://usa.visa.com/personal/partners/hilton/signature.jsp

 

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