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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

Just called the and was switched to the Freedom unlimited......Niceeeee
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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

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I hate talking to CSRs.  Do you guys think i could request the change via the website after I log on? By sending an email.
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Kudos and congrats!!!!! Smiley Happy

 

What is your CL, if you don't mind me asking?

 

And, any baddies?  DId they do a hard pull as well? 

 

This si very exciting!  Awesome to you for being persistent!  It definitely helps.  Smiley Happy 

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WOW! EQ when I joined myFICO: 657. Ups and downs and a few bumps and bruises, but finally back over 700. Whew!

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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

Rue60, Did they offer you the Freedom or did you request it?
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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

If you have an existing Wamu card that was converted, is it still a hard INQ to get switched to another card, i.e. Freedom?

 

 

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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

Boscoe, there was no hard inq (not even sure it was a soft) to switch to the three options in the OP. I am not sure about the Freedom card, however.
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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

I sent an email and got a product change to the perfect card.  It took two emails.  The first one said i wasnt eligible and the second one said i was eligible for several options including the freedom and freedom plus. I chose the Perfectcard because sounded like that was the best one everyone was changing to.  So just keep trying.

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Well, i asked if they could offer me something with better rewards than the Flexible rewards (which is what my wamu card was converted to) and the lady said she could give me the freedom unilimited or another card. i chose the freedom..

 

Just check my amex credit secure and no pulls from chase either. 

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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

Has anybody tryed to convert their WAMU card to a Chase that has had a BK in the past? Were you approved? thanks!
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Re: WaMu / Chase product change success!!!

I just converted my WaMu Platinum to the PerfectCard, as well. The CSR said that the benefits will be available in 3 days. So, how does this work? Do I use my same card, or will they mail me another? 

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