Chase Bank (one of our advertising partners), the largest credit card issuer in the U.S., offers cards under both the brand name of Chase Mastercard and Chase Visa. Given that Visa and Mastercard are the two largest credit card networks in the world and cards bearing either company’s emblem can be used anywhere plastic is accepted, we recommend expanding your search for a Chase credit cardso that cards from both networks are included. This will give you a greater basis for comparison and will increase your chances for finding the right credit card for your needs. By the same reasoning, unless you have a specific reason to want a Chase Mastercard, it would be a good idea to comparecredit card offers across all major issuersbefore submitting an application online. Alternatively, if you are trying to contact the Chase customer service department about an issue with a your current Chase Mastercard account, please call 1-800-432-3117.…show moreshow less
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I have had a Chase Mastercard for several years now. I mainly got the card because they had a great promotion when I signed up. I got 50000 points. At the time they also had a deal on Amazon Giftcards for 10% off. I used about half my points to buy Amazon Gift cards at the time. I mainly use this card for the 5% cash back rotating categories. Overall I have no complaints.
I picked up the Chase Sapphire because it had no annual fees the first year. I also had a big purchase to make so I hit the 4,000 dollar mark giving me 40,000 miles. This helped pay for a vacation flights that I wanted to take. It is a very nice card to use, and it does right by me.
I have the Chase Ink Plus Business Credit Card. I highly recommend this one because it has a ton of perks when you first sign up. Right now they give you 50000 points after you spend $5000 in the first 3 months you have the card. They also give you 5X the points when you use your card to pay internet or TV services and 2X the points when you use it for gas. There is also no foreign transaction fee so this is a good card to use when you go overseas. The only thing I would change about this card is the $95 annual fee. It’s 0% the first 12 months but it becomes $95 after.
I have the Chase Business MasterCard and I’ve had it for over 7 years now. I love it because the limit is really high. Mine is at $16000 so you can charge some expensive items on this card. I’ve never had a problem with it. The Chase website is really secure and it even has alerts to help protect your card from unauthorized use.
The Chase mastercard is a pretty good credit card in my opinion. It was not one I sought out, but rather was offered to me and I accepted it. I refuse to pay fees for credit cards so the fact that there is none for this one was crucial. It also has a cash back reward system to it that accrues automatically. This makes it attractive to use since I get a little something back from each purchase. The interest rate could be better, but another thing I've learned is to always pay what is owed every month. I never carry over a balance so I'm not affected by the interest rate at all. Chase is very proactive about protecting the use of the card. Their fraud prevention network is pretty strong. Sometimes, it's a little aggravating but I am all for the security they have in place. Their customer service is available 24/7 and I have always found them pretty fair and easy to work with. A credit card is a credit card and needs to be used cautiously, but of all the cards I've had in my time, I will say that with the pluses of the automatic rewards system and the security measures they have in place, that I'm pretty happy with it.
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