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Chase FU Approval

Sanjo812
Contributor

Chase FU Approval

Earlier this week I noticed offers in my online account for the Slate, FU, CSP, and United MileagePlus Explorer. Other than the mailer I received from Chase late 2014 / early 2015 for the Freedom (that I currently have) I never received any other offers from Chase (other than their checking and savings offers - took advantage of the checking offer). Their site hasn’t provided me with any pre-qualified offers yet.

 

Yesterday after I knew that my updated balances reported to my EQ report I decided to go check for the offers, but they were gone. Didn’t have a chance to make it into the branch yesterday, so I went in today. The banker didn’t see the offers. I decided to apply anyway. Unlocked my EQ and EX files. Received an alert from EX so far, but waiting for EQ to see if they double pulled. The end was result $1,000 SL and $300 cash back after $500 spend. 

 

Few data points: 8 inqs on EX, 3 inqs on EQ. 667 EX Fico 8. 14% overall utilization. 1 paid charge off from Jan. 4 other accounts opened since Feb one of which was just opened a few weeks ago and already reporting to all CRAs. 

In the Garden until Spring 2021
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AverageJoesCredit
Mega Contributor

Re: Chase FU Approval

CongratsSmiley Happy im blown away by a $300 cashback for only $500! Wow, thats my kind of spendSmiley Wink
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Sanjo812
Contributor

Re: Chase FU Approval

I was surprised by it too when the banker said that, but the banker printed out the confirmation and it was at the bottom of the transaction details and in the disclosure. 

 

Things still getting better for you and the family out in PR?

In the Garden until Spring 2021
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simplynoir
Community Leader
Super Contributor

Re: Chase FU Approval

The $300 signup bonus is in-branch apps only believe so congrats on that and your approval.

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