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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. Smiley Wink

 

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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. Smiley Wink

 



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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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?

It's highly unlikely, but maybe Chase mailed him the wrong plastic. Smiley Surprised Smiley Indifferent

 

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. Smiley Surprised Smiley Indifferent

 

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. Smiley Wink

 


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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Re: Minimum income requirement for visa signature cards?


HiLine wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

It's highly unlikely, but maybe Chase mailed him the wrong plastic. Smiley Surprised Smiley Indifferent

 

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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