Ratfacedudeguy2 wrote:Chase also made no effort to retain my business, even while interfacing directly with a csr. I wonder if it would have been any different if my limit was higher than the dismal $400 they decided to extend to me.
Just wanted to say that Chase has always given me lukewarm impressions when talking with them and though I owned 2 5 digits credit lines with them along with my business checking accounts, they made no effort to try and get me to stay with their banking system even though I was someone who was never late in payments, never overdrew my accounts, and was otherwise a low-risk good-standing customer. If I didn't have reason to keep my accounts with them, I wouldn't because it really doesn't seem like they care about anything at all... aside from getting your money.
Then again, they're a big fat financial institution, so...
AMEX: Everyday (MR), Macy's (cobranded)
MASTER: Citibank Dividend Platinum Select (non-World version)
VISA: Chase Amazon Signature, Chase (bank issued)
GE: Care Credit (medical expenses), Macy's (store), JCP (store)
AMEX: Costco True Earnings
VISA: Chase Ink Cash