Am I Eligible for Chase Ink? Is One Easier to Get?

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CalAlumnus13
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Am I Eligible for Chase Ink? Is One Easier to Get?

Postby CalAlumnus13 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 3:47 pm

I'm a full-time employee as my day job, but around campaign season I do a little political consulting on the side. I basically provide advice to candidates, and then help manage grunt work like precinct walking and phone banking. Those two involve purchasing office supplies, which I'm reimbursed for. I'm paid as a 1099 contractor. However, I don't have any 1099 income from last year since it was an off-year. I will have some this year.

Do I meet the qualifications for a Chase Ink card? It would be great to get 5x UR points on reimbursed purchases. If I do, is one of the Ink products easier to be approved for than the others?
Wallet: AMEX Premier Rewards Gold NPSL | BankAmericard Cash Rewards (Cal Alumni Association) $9.6k | Chase Sapphire Preferred $5k | Capital One Venture $5k | Chase Freedom $3k

Drawer: Discover IT $10k | Chase Slate $6k | BankAmericard $5.9k | Capital One Quicksilver $4.5k | AMEX Hilton HHonors $4.4k

FICOs: EX (per AMEX, 3/18/14): 728 | TU (per Discover, 3/20/14): 753 | EQ (per Capital One, 2/25/14): 720


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Postby rockyrock » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:54 pm

Anyone can get one. Qualifications are more like guidelines really.
American Express (2005): Premier Rewards Gold & Blue Cash Preferred
Chase: Freedom & UA Club USAA: Signature Visa & American Express
Discover it Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Airlines WEMC Synchrony Sam's MC
Navy FCU Platinum Visa Citi Double Cash & AT&T Access MC

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Postby linuxmachine » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:10 am

you'll have to use your own name as the business entity, but i don't see why not if you want the ink card. there's no hard requirement like an LLC



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