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Back in September, you could have signed up for a 4 week free subscription to stamps.com and got 2,500 free Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
As it turned out, Stamps.com cancelled all the accounts which signed up for the promotion (this was great, since you didn’t have to call and cancel your account after 4 weeks), but Chase honored the 2,500 Ultimate Reward promise.
Emily’s Ultimate Rewards account was credited with 2,500 points in September.
But Emily got a letter from Chase today (2 months later) assuring her that 2,500 Ultimate Rewards points would be credited to her account.
I’m not sure why we got the letter, but it is nice to know that Chase is committed to honoring the 2,500 miles stamps.com offer which was posted on the Ultimate Rewards shopping portal.
Personally, I believe that Chase is going to grab a nice piece of the premium credit card market from American Express and it is very refreshing to see such proactive customer service from Chase.
Bottom Line: If you didn’t get your 2,500 free Ultimate Rewards points from the stamps.com sign-up, it doesn’t hurt to call and secure message Chase to let them know.
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