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Re: No EMV on Chase Sapphire Preferred MasterCard?


LoveCardPerks wrote:

 

I'd suggest doing what I did, I emailed [MOD CUT] directly expressing my discontent.  Got a phone call from the executive office a day later.  Customers should voice their concens...

 

 

To:  MOD CUT

 
 
I was notified that Chase is in the process of ending the relationship with Mastercard, and my Chase Sapphire Preferred card will have to be 'converted' to a VISA.
 
I want to express my discontent of Chase limiting my consumer choice, and forcing me to switch my card products all to VISA.
 
I already have 2 VISA cards with Chase, having a Mastercard gave me opportunities to attend Mastercard-only events, and purchase from Master-card only vendors.  Now Chase is limiting my ability, and as a result will have to close this account and open a Mastercard with another bank.
 
 
Posting personal names /email address-Lexie, myFICO Moderator
 
What was the result of the phone call? Are you getting an EMV MC?

 

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