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Chase Secure Message
In yesterday’s post, I wrote that sending Chase a secure message was the best way to ask them to match you to the best currently available credit card offer.
Readers emailed to ask what a secure message was and how to send a secure message.
A secure message is a message which you send after logging into to your Chase account. This is more secure than regular email and is sent from the Chase Secure Message Center – hence the name “secure message.”
Log into your Chase online account.
Click on “Secure Message Center” to the right of your name in the top part of the screen.
Then click on “Send New Message” from the drop-down box.
Select “Rewards Inquiry” from the drop down menu under “Credit Card” and click “Go.”
Select your credit card account number and then select a topic.
Type your message in the box and then click “Send.”
Bottom Line: In my experience Chase is usually very good at replying to your message quickly. And sending a secure message is the best way to ask Chase to match you to the best available offer if you applied for a credit card with a lower offer in the past 90 days.