How do Chase credit cards compare with other cards with regards to fees, rewards, and miles programs?
Chase has built one of the strongest rewards credit card portfolios in the banking business, but the more perks you enjoy, the more you might pay.
Chase offers dozens of credit cards connected to marketing partners including airlines, hotels, retailers and even the AARP. BankOne helped pioneer the practice of putting another brand in the spotlight, [...]
Does the JPMorgan Select Card with smart chip technology have a PIN number that is used for each transaction?
Yes, you'll choose a PIN for transaction security, but only certain merchants in Europe will ever ask you for it. Here's why.
Here in America, where we take landline telephones and Internet for granted, it's easy to forget that folks in other parts of the world didn't have the luxury of checking credit card security in [...]
What do you think about the JP Morgan Select Visa Signature card?
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The customer service team behind this copper-hued premium credit card knows how take care of elite corporate travelers with stellar FICO scores. The card includes the EMV chip and PIN, a security feature that has become the standard in most [...]
Which Disney rewards credit card is the best?
Chase made this an easy question to answer: they've eliminated the Disney Rewards debit card and streamlined their Disney affinity program into a single rewards credit card. However, if you're not a frequent visitor to Walt's theme parks, you may find another of Chase's reward programs more valuable.
I've got some hardcore Disney fans in my [...]
I currently have a Visa United Mileage Plus card, but I think I'd get a better deal with a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. What is the best way to switch and not impact my credit score?
Your tastes and habits change over time, and so should your credit card. However, it's common to worry about the impact on your credit report if you apply for a new account. Take advantage of your current issuer's customer service team and a little-known loophole in common credit score algorithms to hunt for a better [...]
Does the Sapphire Card from Chase waive foreign exchange fees?
Excellent question. The answer depends partly on whether you're willing to pay an annual fee.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, like many credit cards for excellent credit, has dropped foreign transaction fees and added a handful of perks that appeal to frequent travelers. Currently Chase is offering a set of benefits to new Preferred customers that [...]
I have about 1 year of credit history with Experian credit score of 702, do you think I can apply for the Chase Freedom® credit card?
You're undoubtedly tempted by the many features the Chase Freedom® offers - bonus, cash back rewards and more. For example with the current offer earn a $150 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening and earn a $25 Bonus after you add your first authorized user and [...]
I am paying a $20 annual fee for my Chase card. Can I request a no-fee status?
Q: I am paying a $20 annual fee for my Chase card. I am about to cancel this and go with my regular no-fee cards. Should I request a no-fee status from Chase?
A: Changes to the rules governing how banks issue credit cards make it strangely awkward for most lenders to waive an annual fee. [...]
I have $15,000 in credit card debt that I would like to transfer to a zero percent card for as long as I can get. What's the best option?
Q: I have $15,000 in credit card debt that I would like to transfer to a zero percent card for as long as I can get. Is this possible? Where should i start to find the best option?
A: It's once again possible to find a balance transfer credit card offer, even for an amount as [...]
Can you enter household income where it says annual income on a credit card application?
Question: Can you enter household income where it says annual income on a credit card application?
Answer: Yes, as long as you apply before October 1, 2011. Thanks (or maybe no thanks) to the rules instituted by the Credit CARD Act of 2009, when you apply for a credit card, the card issuer is required to [...]