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what to write when trying to get chase to reconsider

Ok i;ve never tried this approch but i am very willing to.. I only want a $400 cl and the 21% is fine (i pif monthly)
 
What should i say and where would i find the address to  send it too? I got denied from Chase and would like them to reconsider..
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Re: what to write when trying to get chase to reconsider

Great question...I would recommend that you call the back door number for recons and speak to a live person. They will ask you a couple of questions -- be honest and give your best answer. They really want to say "yes".
 
I reconed 2 cards with scores around 590 and received a 5k card and a 2k card in 2 days.
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Re: what to write when trying to get chase to reconsider

Ok...Im more nervous about doing it than anything.. Like a new bride at a wedding... Will give it a whirl tommrow
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Re: what to write when trying to get chase to reconsider

Just be nice. Explain your situation, but don't go on and on.  If you don't get the answer you want on the first try, call back. You always get a different person...lol.
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