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wiivile wrote:One of my biggest personality flaws is that I'm indecisive, and so I often find myself returning electronics I've bought. I've used the Return Protection benefit on my CSP Visa Signature quite often (as well as the Purchase Protection when I lose or break stuff).
If I want my Chase Freedom to be a Visa Signature card, how do I go about doing this? The reason it's not a Visa Signature card is that it was the first card I ever opened (with a $1,000 credit limit), and I think that you need to have a $5,000 credit limit minimum to get a Visa Signature card.
Do I have to move some of my credit limit from my CSP to my Freedom in order to meet the $5,000 minimum? Even after I do that, is it possible to "upgrade" to the Freedom Visa Signature?
Email the Chase Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Include your name, phone #, and last 4 digits on the card. The card must be at least 1 year old and have a CL over $5K.
Don't bother calling regular customer service.
Blue Cash Preferred ($24K), Costco TrueEarnings ($8K), Better Balance Rewards ($6K), CashForward ($15K), Sallie Mae Rewards ($10K), Quicksilver ($17K), AARP Rewards ($15K), Freedom ($15K), Double Cash ($16.5K), It ($28.5K), Fidelity Investment Rewards ($18K), Cash+ ($11K)