Sevenfeet wrote:Even better, it would seem less likely to be flagged for abuse. Now I could still see executing such a strategy poorly (for example, using gift cards to exactly match the introductory spend offer and not do actually real purchases), but overall, that's not a bad way to get over the proverbial finish line.
The word around FT is there is a 30 day limit (not calender month) purchase of $2500 per Chase account. I try not to spend more than $1000 per card I have with them because don't want to raise any red flags making purchases above my income level. Other than that, enjoy the free UR points purchasing them while you you still can!
cashback wrote:Once you enter the world of prepaids, there is no going back...
Sevenfeet wrote:Seriously...let me get this straight...
Purchase Chase Gift Cards...that counts against your spending requirement for bonus points.
Get a an Amex Bluebird account from WalMart and load them up with the gift cards.
Have Bluebird cut a check back to Chase since Bluebird will do bill pay.
Seriously, what a circle play!
Make sure you get the BB ordering it online because the temporary ones sold at Walmart can only be loaded with cash I believe.
MemberSince99 wrote:That's great information Gamma. I didn't even know you could do that. What is a Bluebird account?
The next best thing for heavy credit card spenders!