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Re: Would a PRG be worth it for me? Rewards gurus welcome :)

If my gross business income is 24k, and my YTD spend on Zync is like 34k... will Chase FR me or close my account if I were to shift my spending to this card? Technically this is a business card, but most of my income comes from being a w-2 wage earner. My "business" is more of a hobby that helps pay the bills, but itsn't something that my husband and I can live off of. We are a 180k household income family, two w-2 wages, disability income, sole proprietor business income, child support.

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Re: Would a PRG be worth it for me? Rewards gurus welcome :)

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If my gross business income is 24k, and my YTD spend on Zync is like 34k... will Chase FR me or close my account if I were to shift my spending to this card? Technically this is a business card, but most of my income comes from being a w-2 wage earner. My "business" is more of a hobby that helps pay the bills, but itsn't something that my husband and I can live off of. We are a 180k household income family, two w-2 wages, disability income, sole proprietor business income, child support.

That's fine. Just tell Chase this is a side business and that it is sole proprietor. Chase runs your personal credit report during credit check.

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Re: Would a PRG be worth it for me? Rewards gurus welcome :)

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Thats cool thank you for the advice, I will look into this.   I used to have a business checking account with Chase, so they already have my state liscense and "articles of organization" on file.  My login portal to access my Chase Amazon Card is actually the business customer portal.


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