The unsatisfactory was because my CFU got closed, why it got closed is the running question. At least my PPCBMC has no FTF for my vacation, but I wanted to trust Chase more than Synchrony and actually try a travel card. I've never flown, and wanted to build some points to actually flu somewhere instead of driving.
Edit: @Remedios nope, everything in signature is current. I'm 4/24 and was keeping it that way specifically for the CSP.
I am sorry this happened to you
It sounds like something internally flagged the application which then resulted in a deeper look and the PRR department performed a secondary review which led to the AA. What was discovered is not going to be known for sure [to us], so the best thing you can do is reach out to them on Monday. Keep your expectations tempered though as the PRR department rarely overturns AA decisions, but you can at least try. Of course, it seems like your MF avatar now came to life!
Have you ever had a fraud alert on any Chase account, including checking, savings, or investments? Bounced checks?
I've never had a fraud alert on any of my accounts, be it credit, checking, or savings. My Chase checking account is young, only about 1.5 months old. It's the only other relation besides the CFU I have with Chase. I actually liked it, unlike my US Bank and Ally accounts, Zelle worked as it should, instant. The other two always did three day send like some ancient ach. Though I opened it mostly to have a better relationship with Chase, and to pay my Chase cards faster, do they not like being paid faster?
I don't think that is so much the issue. It could be any number of things, so the best thing that can be done is contact them when they reopen.
Out of curiosity, did checking have SUB?
What an awful, hateful, shady institution.
Sorry that this happened to you, hopefully you can make a compelling enough case to get them to overturn the decision.