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October 12, 2007


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I applied for my card yesterday and it couldn't have been easier. I already had a Chase Visa so all it took was a phone call to the service center. They were able to transfer my account in 24 hours and I didn't have to get a new card number. As the service employee explained, esentially nothing should be different except I'll now be getting 3% cash back on some items.

When I traded my old Chase card for the Freedom, I had to request a credit line increase to get the Signature (Dynamic) rewards program - the minimum is $5K. But all it took was an email to customer service and by the next morning it was done. Couldn't have been easier.

Wow! I just changed over to the Dynamic stucture. So easy. Thanks for the heads up.

What if I shop mostly at Walmart? Does that count as a grocery store? Could I be earning 3% cash back with the Dynamic rewards program since that is one of my top spending areas?

Drew --

It depends on how that Walmart store is classified in the credit card computer system. Best bet is to make a charge one month and see how Chase treats it. Then you'll know for sure.

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