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Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

DennisV99
Member

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

@Crowhelm I believe all cobranded Chase cards implemented the 5/24 rule. I guess all of a sudden now it's gone? 

I'm not sure, but I still found it interesting to me. Haha

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Crowhelm
Frequent Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!


@DennisV99 wrote:

@Crowhelm I believe all cobranded Chase cards implemented the 5/24 rule. I guess all of a sudden now it's gone? 

I'm not sure, but I still found it interesting to me. Haha


Yeah, I have no proof of that either. But if it is still there it must be a flexible rule because too many people who reported getting approved well over it. Unless people are not understanding the rule because I think it is credit card accounts only, not overall accounts.


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FinStar
Moderator

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!


@Crowhelm wrote:

@DennisV99 wrote:

@Crowhelm I believe all cobranded Chase cards implemented the 5/24 rule. I guess all of a sudden now it's gone? 

I'm not sure, but I still found it interesting to me. Haha


Yeah, I have no proof of that either. But if it is still there it must be a flexible rule because too many people who reported getting approved well over it. Unless people are not understanding the rule because I think it is credit card accounts only, not overall accounts.


@Crowhelm 

It's always been part of the 5/24 restriction when partner cards were also included. Read around -- plenty of DPs around the forums and elsewhere. It's only become more relevant recently since most folks have bypassed 5/24 with the pre-qualified portal via Amazon. And, the restriction is fairly straightforward, it applies to any revolving accounts (store cards, charge cards, PLOCs, etc.) opened in the past 24 months (even includes closed accounts that were opened in that timeframe).

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PointsBonus
Established Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

@FinStar  I was not lucky. Wasted a Exp HP. 



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FinStar
Moderator

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!


@PointsBonus wrote:

@FinStar  I was not lucky. Wasted a Exp HP. 


Awe man. Sorry to hear @PointsBonus. Did you get the letter yet or was the application submitted in the past 24 hours?

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PointsBonus
Established Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

@FinStar  Applied about 6 hours ago.... 



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ThriftySaver
Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

How did you know it was denied due to this rule? was it instant denial or did you call 

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ThriftySaver
Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

what was your x/24 stats when applying at amazon

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PointsBonus
Established Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!

@ThriftySaver  lost count/24 - Instant decline. Only reason would be LOL/24



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Crowhelm
Frequent Contributor

Re: Approvals for Chase Amazon Prime Rewards even being over 5/24!


@FinStar wrote:

@Crowhelm wrote:

@DennisV99 wrote:

@Crowhelm I believe all cobranded Chase cards implemented the 5/24 rule. I guess all of a sudden now it's gone? 

I'm not sure, but I still found it interesting to me. Haha


Yeah, I have no proof of that either. But if it is still there it must be a flexible rule because too many people who reported getting approved well over it. Unless people are not understanding the rule because I think it is credit card accounts only, not overall accounts.


@Crowhelm 

It's always been part of the 5/24 restriction when partner cards were also included. Read around -- plenty of DPs around the forums and elsewhere. It's only become more relevant recently since most folks have bypassed 5/24 with the pre-qualified portal via Amazon. And, the restriction is fairly straightforward, it applies to any revolving accounts (store cards, charge cards, PLOCs, etc.) opened in the past 24 months (even includes closed accounts that were opened in that timeframe).


I know all that but we had several people report approvals being well over 5/24, so it can't be 100% anymore, right?


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