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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

I am now able to log in, but they automatically sign you up for paperless statement and I not a paperless guy. They also raised my IR from 11 to 12.4 % on what was my platinum visa. I also had the ESPN card which change to the flex rewards. Since I already have this card with Chase I am hoping to combine the two and maybe the three. Kudos to Chase for the seamless transfer.
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I believe they give you the option to say "No Thank You" at the bottom. I thought they automatically enrolled too, but i seen that button at the bottom!
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yea, you can decline going paperless. I hate Chase already...raised my platinum apr from 11% tp 12%...my rewards card from 17% to 20%!!!  I only used it before when Wamu offered me 1.87% BT. It may never get used again now.

 

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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

Logged in at chase.com APR was increased from from 11% to 20.24%. Anyway I PIF so I am not worried. I wonder what crietria they used to determine these new APR's.
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

I just logged onto check my WaMu/Chase card, and found they raised my WaMu/Chase interest rate by about 3.5%. Haven't been using it much so not too worried... yet :smileywink:
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Wow that sucks....wonder why Chase is raising just about everyones APR's?
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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

I just checked my WAMU accounts on Chase, they raised my WAMU card from 11.9 to 21.49%  considering I have 3 Chase cards one of which is 31 years old with a $35,000 CL, I am kind of surprised.  My Chase cards carry a 10.49%  to 11.9% .  My WAMU card was a $12,500 CL.  I guess this card will never be used again to carry any kind of balance.
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Mark-MD wrote:
I just checked my WAMU accounts on Chase, they raised my WAMU card from 11.9 to 21.49%  considering I have 3 Chase cards one of which is 31 years old with a $35,000 CL, I am kind of surprised.  My Chase cards carry a 10.49%  to 11.9% .  My WAMU card was a $12,500 CL.  I guess this card will never be used again to carry any kind of balance.

 

I still have a 0% promo on WAMU since I just got it 11/08. By the way, my Chase card of 19yrs has a fixed 7.99% rate with a $44k limit. Wonder what my rate will be increased to after the promo...

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Re: Wamu/Chase log in

I had the checks from them too.  For 1.87% balance transfers good until 7/09.  I never used them, I had no need.  But for Chase to bump up my rate like that on my two Wamu cards I find very odd.
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