Chase now changing SP accounts to Visa

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Chase now changing SP accounts to Visa

Postby benhollberg » Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:38 pm

If I remember correctly November is the final month for Chase to be switching all MasterCards to Visa. I, for one, finally received my Visa card today in the mail. It came standard with the EMV Chip. I am sad to see my MasterCard go but I still can use it until January 13, 2015.
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Postby CC Deville » Tue Nov 18, 2014 7:24 pm

Wow that was late. I thought all the CSP cards had already been changed. My Slate was changed to Visa in August; the card arrived in October sans EMV. I pc'ed it to a Freedom and it came with EMV.

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Postby jlam572 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:52 am

Mine is still visa. So they are changing the numbers too right?
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Postby dragon452 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:54 pm

jlam572 wrote:Mine is still visa. So they are changing the numbers too right?


No. This change is only for Mastercards. The entire a/c number will be new for the reissued Visa they give you in place of the Mastercard. Please make sure all vendors who make "automatic" charges to that old Mastercard are notified of the new a/c number, as well as Ebay, Amazon, etc. with whom you registerd the card for purchases online.

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Postby benhollberg » Sun Nov 23, 2014 12:04 am

dragon452 wrote:Please make sure all vendors who make "automatic" charges to that old Mastercard are notified of the new a/c number, as well as Ebay, Amazon, etc. with whom you registerd the card for purchases online.


Good advice. I received a separate letter from Chase that listed possible merchants where this could be a problem. Good for Chase.
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Postby Cre » Sun Nov 23, 2014 12:24 am

CC Deville wrote:My Slate was changed to Visa in August; the card arrived in October sans EMV..


That's interesting. My Slate was changed in August, and the card arrived in September, WITH an EMV. I wonder why yours didn't have one?

Actually, I wonder what an EMV is? There is a gold colored squarish box with patterned lines across it, that is embedded into the card. It looks like a chip to me. What does EMV stand for? I'm going to check the glossary.
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Postby Battery111 » Sun Nov 23, 2014 7:54 am

Cre wrote:That's interesting. My Slate was changed in August, and the card arrived in September, WITH an EMV. I wonder why yours didn't have one?

Actually, I wonder what an EMV is? There is a gold colored squarish box with patterned lines across it, that is embedded into the card. It looks like a chip to me. What does EMV stand for? I'm going to check the glossary.


http://www.smartcardalliance.org/publications-emv-faq/
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