Chase is getting into the virtual credit card business. Largest credit card issuing bank in the country, with about 92 million physical cards in circulation, is partnering with Bay Area start-up Marqeta to now launch digital-only credit cards.
A credit limit increase request was denied due “too many credit cards opened in the last two years associated with you”. This is the same reason that Chase gives to new credit card applicants when they have opened 5 or more revolving accounts in the past 24 months.
Purchases in the last couple of days are no longer earning 5X, but only the regular 3X Points for dining at restaurants worldwide. The last purchases that qualified for 5X earning were on 7/4 I believe.
Chase released some incredible numbers today regarding spending from its cardholders. Spending on Chase credit cards dropped 40% during March and early April compared to last year, as Americans stayed home to protect against the novel coronavirus.
We are automatically extending the time frame for new cardmembers to earn their points-based welcome offer, and that’s for those who opened an account from January 1 – March 31. The extension will be for 3 months.
With this service, you can delay three monthly payments, but you will continue to accrue interest on your unpaid balances. The enrollment page also specifies that you can only request this payment deferral once per credit card account.
If you have signed up for Chase credit card recently and are worried about completing spending for a bonus within the require time frame, Chase might be willing to help
The expanded Chase and Tock partnership will provide a new dedicated dining page within the Chase Ultimate Rewards platform and the Chase Mobile App.
Most Chase credit cards now have the following fine print: You are not eligible for a referral bonus if you use your own referral URL to apply for a different card.
The card has been upgraded with new benefits and it now has an annual fee of $550. The changes are now live.
Chase is showing Freedom cardholders the actual dollar amount earned in cash back through the 5% categories in the current quarter.