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You can verify your Chase credit card on your phone by calling Chase at (800) 432-3117 or by opening a browser on your phone and going to the Chase credit card verification page. Once your card is verified, or activated, you will be able to use it immediately.
Even though Chase has a mobile app, you won’t be able to verify your new card through the app. You will only be able to verify by calling or going online. Below, you’ll find detailed steps on how to verify your Chase credit card on your phone.
Verify by Calling Chase
- Call Chase at (800) 432-3117 or call the number on the activation sticker on your card.
- Follow the instructions from the automated voice operator.
- Input your credit card number or a secure PIN to complete the verification process, if prompted.
- Listen for confirmation that verification is completed and your card is ready to use.
Verify Online From Your Phone
- Open a browser page on your phone.
- Go to the Chase credit card verification page. The web address for the verification page may also be on the activation sticker on your card.
- Log into your Chase account, or if you don’t have one, click on “Not Enrolled? Sign Up Now” to create one. You will need your Social Security number as well as your card account number, or application number, when you create an account.
- Once you are logged in, go to My Accounts.
- Select the card you want to verify and click Verify.
- You will get a confirmation when verification is completed. At this point, your card is ready to use.
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