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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

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You should be able to get on by logging into chase online with your wamu passwords, or your chase passwords if you already had a chase account

 

 

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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

I went to chasedotcom and logged in. They actually lowered my INT rates on both cards. I don't see a luv button but I like that they give u the option to change your due dates online instead of calling.
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in


Donks3369 wrote:
It won't let me log in as of now.  What website do I need to go to?  Will I need to reregister with Chase or will everything transfer over?  Thanks in advance.

No you don't have to re-sign up.  Just log in with your normal wamu log in/password and you're set.  You just need to agree to their website terms thing and that's it.

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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

Thanks,  I'm in now.  I had to reregister everything as my WAMU username didn't fit with what they wanted.  Does anyone know if Chase accepts customer CLI requests?  Not going to do one now, just for future reference.  Thanks.
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

Chase CLI are hard pulls, unless by some miracle you have a "luv" button. You can request them in the secure mailbox online and they will review it, or you can just call. I did notice that my WAMU card does not have balance transfers available even though the button is there.

 

Chase CLI seem to be based a lot on HHI, but my friend just got declined for reason of too many new accounts. They gave him $300 limit with ~100k salary. My salary is less than that, and my limit is $44k (although I had the account open for a long time)

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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

My parents both have separate wamu cards.  My father can log onto chase but my mother cannot...  hmmm
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

Im good to go now!
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

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For some reason they raised my rate to 31.99%!  For the lousy $250 limit it had from Wamu I'll just sock drawer it until my other utilization is down then cancel it.  It's got a $0 balance and for 31.99% it will stay that way.  I can get a better rate from a loan shark.  That's crazy!
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

i tried this AM -no problem but you must go to chase.com not chase.com/wamucards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in


Hashish wrote:
BTW, I hope BoA will update WaMu URL in their "My portfolio" service, so users won't have to delete and add account again (this will ruin trnsactions history)...

Yep, it is being updated now. BoA rocks.

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