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February 23, 2012


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I'll vouch for Chase, took the $500 cash after one month of spending 3k, plus you still earn at least 1% on the 3k so the actual amount was $530, great deal

The first couple of cards have quite hefty annual fees. I try and stay away from those

lynda --

1. If someone gave you $500, would you give them back $100?

2. The annual fees are waived in year 1. You can cancel before you owe anything.

I did the Chase Sapphire deal before and got my bonus. Now I am interested in doing the Chase Visa Freedom deal for a $200 bonus. However, when I click the link in this article it takes me to the application website and I get this disclaimer:

"This one-time bonus offer is valid only for first-time cardmembers with new accounts. Previous and existing cardmembers/accounts are not eligible for this bonus offer."

Would I be considered a first-time cardmember?

I'm not sure if the bonus I got on Chase Sapphire would disqualify me for the bonus on the other card.

Tommy Z --

I believe that means previous Chase Freedom cardmembers -- so you can't get 10 Freedom cards and $2,000.

I had a Freedom card and got the Sapphire bonus...

I was a customer for many years. Chase scammed me with a $59 late fee because they never sent me a statement one month. They refused to waive the fee so I paid it and cut up the card. The next month there was another penalty fee because of the way they calculate late fees. They weren't making any money on me since I paid my balance monthly. I wouldn't do business with this thief if they paid any amount.

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