04-02-2009 08:38 AM
Just called the number and changed both cards to the Freedom card. The guy was very nice and it took no time at all. Will be recieving news cards for both accounts in a few days.
I was wondering if they would change the cards since a Chase credit card was listed in my BK 7 in 2004. I have had the Wamu cards for almost two years with a perfect pay history and low util.
Thank you for posting this information! I would not have known to call otherwise.
04-08-2009 10:36 PM
Update, got my new Home Improvements Reward card in the mail today and one for my AU Wifey. They are rather odd looking ducks. Orange-ish color with a paint bucket and brush, just says CHASE, nothing else.
Oh well, that's the important part I guess. LOL. Beats the daylights out of WAMU.
It should come in handy, I buy a lot of things that should be eligible.
04-09-2009 12:09 AM
04-17-2009 12:48 PM - edited 04-17-2009 12:56 PM
Freedom at Last.........
Just got off the phone and FINALLY both accounts converted to Chase Freedom.
CSR changed one account to freedom(MC); then asked about other account(VS). Only card available was Freedom - PerfectCard not available for my accounts....
Unfortunately still at 31.99%. CSR said account reviewed every 3 or so months. See you in 3 months
Let's hope a little love will help the interest go down.... the interest go down....
Thanks for the counsel and backoffice number.
[Waited until the statement hit on one account. ]
04-18-2009 09:47 PM
04-20-2009 06:32 PM
Had great experiences with the WAMU card, was able to get wonderful customer service and the coolest balance transfer offers. Was I one of the few???
Now that they are CHASE, I am quite dissapointed. They were not willing to help me until I called the backdoor number. Only then could I get changed to "perfect card"...I can tell that I am not going to like this company one bt...
05-09-2009 08:22 AM
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