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You can use Chase Liquid to make your day-to-day purchases – up to $3,000 a day. Use it at clothing and grocery stores, pharmacies, and more – anywhere VISA® is accepted you can use Chase Liquid. You can also use Chase Liquid to shop online
Get Chase Liquid at your local branch. You'll receive a fully functioning card immediately, with no fees to open or activate. Just add a $25 initial deposit to get started
Use Chase Liquid anywhere VISA® is accepted and get cash at any Chase ATM or branch. Track balances and spending on-the-go with text banking. All free, 24/7
Reload easily without any fees with Direct Deposit or at more than 16,000 Chase DepositFriendly℠ ATMs
Zero Liability Protection for any unauthorized card transactions when you notify Chase promptly
Monthly service fee: $4.95 per month; waived when linked to a qualifying checking account
No Second Chance Checking Available from Chase
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I have tried to link my chase liquid prepaid debit card to Postmates for quick payout of my earnings but unable to do so as I keep getting a message that it is a credit card and can only use prepaid debit cards.
The online travel booking is horrendous and frustrating. Save yourself time and don't get this card. I have had three horrible experiences on the phone with customer service repeating myself and my plans. They can't seem to book a simple hotel and they tell me that their website is updating. It has happened multiple times, months and days apart so how many times can a website not work in the year 2019 for a big company like Chase? THEY SHOULD BE EMBARRASSED!!!!…read more
I would actually give them a zero. I have been a customer for over 30years and went to get my end of year statement for taxes. Without informing their customers they have decided to get rid of the site. Their IT specialist told me that if I wanted my year's spending, I could go in and download each statement for the last year and print it. Chase needs to hire real IT people who actually know what they are doing, improve their customer communication ie. inform their customers that they will no longer offer a service and not do this just before tax season. They sent a misleading email on Jan. 23, 2019 that they had a new and improved year end summary to find out they just got rid of it. DO NOT GET A CHASE CREDIT CARD!!…read more
My credit score is 714 , my approval odds were Good and they declined me,go figure. So now there will be a hard inquiry on my report...thanks alot wallethub!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Credit card approval doesn't depend entirely on your credit score. Chase have some specific application rules (like 5/24, 2/30, 24 month rule, etc.). In addition to those, too many recent inquiries, recent negatives, loss of job or bad credit utilization can make approval difficult. They will inform you what were the reasons that stood behind that rejection.
Don't worry about the hard inquiry. The score effects are negligible and short-term.
Chase also has a reconsideration line at 888-270-2127. Call them and calmly make your case on why you believe you should be getting this new card. There's no harm in giving it a shot.…read more
I have excellent credit as many reviewers here. I decided to open a amazon credit card since I buy a lot of stuff there and thought about the points rewards program would be perfect. They told me it would be 16.49%. I didn't like it but I went for it hoping that they would lower it in some time. Its been a year or so and its still the same. I called and they told me that its the lowest they have and can not lower it. REALLY?? I paid $40 of interest last month for a few reward points? NAHHH, I told him I will pay it off and never use it again. She then told me that I can't pay it off because there is already a payment pending..... REALLY????? So I am not allowed to pay off my card? Tomorrow is the 3 day waiting period. After that I am not ever using it again.…read more
I went to the Chase prequalified site & saw I was prequal for Freedom, Freedom Unlimited and Slate. I applied for the Freedom Unlimited. I called the automated approval line to check my status and go the dreaded "you will be notified in 7-10 business days in writing" which normally means a denial. I got the denial letter in the mail less than a week after I applied. The letter had FIVE reasons listed why I was denied, the credit report pulled was transunion- my score was 633.. The letter also stated that I have acquisition risk score v2. I called the reconsideration line. I explained to the rep each reason why - gave more information regarding my application and situation & that I had been a loyal chase customer for 5 years. The rep placed me on hold & gave me a credit limit of $500. I couldn't believe it!!!…read more
WalletHub said I had good approval odds for a Chase Freedom credit card so I applied and got denied. I’m just upset that now I am going to have an unnecessary hard pull on my credit report. I prequalified for Discover it card with the same benefits as Chase Freedom and got approved.
My husband's Chase Freedom accounts are old and do not have rewards. His credit score exceeds 810 and yet, his APRs are more then 29%. We only keep them to occasionally take advantage of the balance transfer offers and because we know his score would drop slightly by cancelling the accounts. We just make sure that we never carry a balance subject to that horrendous APR.
Scammed. Received an offer to have the annual fee waived for the club card. Thought that is what I signed up for on their website, but when the card arrived the materials did not reflect the waiver. I contacted Chase & they said the offer was not available on my card, even after I sent them a copy of the offer! Their customer service team is horrible. Must be all the former customer staff from the cable company.…read more
The Chase Liquid Card is a prepaid card, which means it’s very similar to the combination of a checking account and a debit card – just without the checkbook. According to WalletHub's editors, the Chase Liquid Card is especially good for people who want to avoid check-cashing fees as well as those who can conveniently access Chase ATMs. You can learn more about it from WalletHub's review at: https://wallethub.com/edu/chase-liquid-prepaid-card-review/25662/
There is no fee to open a Chase Liquid account, so you'll only need to make an initial deposit of $25+ to get started. You will, however, need to visit a Chase branch because you can’t get the Liquid Card online.
Chase Liquid is a prepaid card, which is similar to a traditional checking account with a linked debit card but not quite the same thing. Funds deposited to a Chase Liquid Card are held in in a special custodial account and are FDIC-insured up to $250,000, just like bank account deposits. So the biggest difference you’ll experience is likely to be the lack of a physical checkbook.
When you go to a Chase branch to apply for the Chase Liquid prepaid card, you need to have two forms of identification, including a valid photo ID on you. For further details, please call customer service at 1-800-935-9935.
A liquid bank account is one that allows cash to be withdrawn easily and without penalty. Checking and savings accounts are the most common examples of liquid bank accounts, but money market accounts and prepaid cards can qualify too. The fact that liquid indicates easy access to cash is one reason why Chase calls its prepaid card the Liquid Card.