In the middle of March I was really psyched to have Reconsideration Line Success for the Chase United Explorer card.
After receiving mailers quite a few times for a 50,000 miles bonus offer for the United Explorer card, I decided to apply. I was told that I’d get a decision within 30 days. A letter came that I was denied but I was able to call in and get approved. (Check out the link above for more details.)
I’ve since spent more than the required $2,000 spend and have been expecting the bonus miles to post pretty soon.
When I got home from work last night, I had a mailer from Chase which at first looked like a piece of junk but it actually contained some very bad news. Continue reading Chase Mails Mistake Scare About United Explorer Card Bonus
I recently got approved for the Chase United Explorer credit card (after calling in to the reconsideration line).
I’ll earn 55,000 bonus miles once I hit the $2,000 spend within the first three months. (The card came with a 50K offer and I will also earn an addition 5K due to adding an authorized user.
While the miles were the reason that I signed up for the card, for a limited time I can also earn entries for a chance to win a trip to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Continue reading Win A Trip to 2016 Rio Olympics from United Explorer Card
The offer kept coming and I was enticed to apply for a new card from Chase but I resisted until a month back.
For quite some time I’d been receiving a mailer (or e-mail) to apply for the Chase United Credit Card. I’ve had the card in the past but I felt that it was better to wait.
Then I got the bug. With all kinds of chatter about new rules related to getting approved for Chase cards, I felt I might as well apply for the United card through one of these targeted offers. Continue reading Reconsideration Line Success: Chase United Credit Card
Last year I called to close my United Explorer card but for one reason or another it never happened. I was able to get the $95 annual fee refunded, had most of my credit line moved to another card but then encountered an issue.
The representative moved almost all of my credit line besides a random amount of $1148. It wasn’t the rep. that chose this amount. The computer allowed him to only move so much before it would not work.
Not wanting to lose any of my credit line, the representative suggested that I call back. Considering the fee was removed, I could call back at my leisure. Keeping the card open wouldn’t really harm me even though I preferred to downsize my active Chase credit card accounts. Continue reading Chase Only Allows $53 From Credit Line To Be Moved