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Re: Trouble confirming identity with Chase

Well, as said before, I don't mind send my information to them, I just didn't want to send it in the mail. Perhaps my post was worded wrongly. That being said the information has now been sent; now I'm just playing the waiting game.

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Re: Trouble confirming identity with Chase

I think you'll do OK.

 

In any event, good luck with everything!!  :smileyhappy:

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Re: Trouble confirming identity with Chase

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They requested a copy of my social security card and proof of residency even though I bank with them. I faxed them over a copy of my SS card and a copy of my ID - now I'm approved and my Freedom card is in the mail. Also, I'm 19 so the 21 and up rule is evidently not being enforced as hard as Chase usually does right now.


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