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techno-pagan
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Multiple Chase cards with the same inquiry

Does anyone have any experience having Chase use the same inquiry to get multiple cards?

 

I have a Chase United Mileage Plus Visa that I wanted to upgrade to the "Platinum" version - I was told they cannot upgrade (something about new CC regulations - others have reported this same excuse, but I digress) and I would need to apply for the card.

 

So I applied last night and got an alert of the inquiry today.  I called the application status number and it said "congratulations you've been approved" (CL $10K).

 

Now I am also interested in the BUSINESS version of this card.  Has anyone called to apply for a second card and asked them to use the same inquiry?

 

Thanks! 

TU (3/30/09): 771
EQ (3/30/09): 751
EX (5/19/08): 715
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Re: Multiple Chase cards with the same inquiry


techno-pagan wrote:

Does anyone have any experience having Chase use the same inquiry to get multiple cards?

 

I have a Chase United Mileage Plus Visa that I wanted to upgrade to the "Platinum" version - I was told they cannot upgrade (something about new CC regulations - others have reported this same excuse, but I digress) and I would need to apply for the card.

 

So I applied last night and got an alert of the inquiry today.  I called the application status number and it said "congratulations you've been approved" (CL $10K).

 

Now I am also interested in the BUSINESS version of this card.  Has anyone called to apply for a second card and asked them to use the same inquiry?

 

Thanks! 


they do not do this.

 

congrats on the nice CL!

 

 

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