To set up your Chase Freedom account, visit Chase’s website and click “Not enrolled? Sign up now” under the blue “Sign in” button. You’ll need 3 things: your SSN or ITIN, your Chase freedom account number or application number, and access to the phone number or email you used on the application.
Fill in your card/application number and SSN/ITIN, then create a username for the site. The username must be 8-32 characters long and have at least one letter and one number in it. It can’t have special characters. After you click the “Next” button, you’ll need to verify your identity. Chase will send you a special code via text, voice message or email. Enter that code and click “Next” again. You’ll then be prompted to create a password and confirm your contact information.
Lastly, you need to accept the terms and conditions of Chase online. Chase will also ask you to consent to any additional services you’d like, such as account alerts. Once you confirm everything, you’ll be ready to log in to your account. You can click “Go to My Accounts” from the confirmation page.
Once you have an account at Chase.com, you’ll be able to see your balance and bills, make payments, add authorized users, redeem rewards, and manage all kinds of other aspects of your account.
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