03-03-2010 12:05 PM
I was just wondering if the people who had WAMU, which then became Chase have all received their updated credit cards. I'm curious because I have two accounts with Chase (WAMU) and I've only received one card. Just thought I'd check here before I called and stirred them up
03-03-2010 12:28 PM
03-03-2010 01:54 PM
03-03-2010 02:09 PM
No, I haven't received a new card. I hadn't thought about it until you posted this because mine is sock-drawered... I seem to remember a letter around that time stating new cards would be issued at the expiration date of current card. I could be imagining this, so someone else will hopefully confirm
(I doubt that I'll ever see the new card, 'cause I'm not using the old one anymore...even though they've tempted me to charge my brains out by cutting my CL by over $20K, and raising my rate to 22.24%).
03-03-2010 02:21 PM
03-03-2010 02:26 PM - edited 03-03-2010 02:27 PM
I received Debit Card. It was used to be WaMu Debit MasterCard, and now Chase Debit Visa. Moreover, with this Debit Visa you can earn the pts too.
I have WaMu Platinum Master Card, and they have not send a new card for this one yet. But it does not have any name on this card other than credit card at on line. And this card was 0% APR for 12 months and it just changed to as follows. This is lowest APR cc compare to other ccs I have with Chase.
APR As Of 01/25/2010 Purchase APR 7.24% Cash APR 19.99%
03-03-2010 04:13 PM
I ordered a replacement card online after the conversion - they sent replacement chase card no questions asked (generic gray-ish color). I also after many attempts was able to "upgrade" to a Chase "perfectcard", same plastic though.
Now on to what you really asked....
My WAMU experation is up this month and they sent me a new card with new exp date about a month ago...
DW just got a new card with new exp date last week (her wamu expires next month I think).
03-03-2010 04:49 PM
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