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Chase 5/24

Chase 5/24

  1. DrewK

    I recently applied for the Ink Business Cash, however got a letter saying I was over the 5/24 limit (guess I miscalculated!). Is there an easy way to check and see when I can apply again?

  2. David W

    get a copy of your credit report and go thru it, making notes about when you opened your credit cards. Wherever the 5th most recent card is, count 24 months from that date.

  3. DrewK

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 31547, member: 29″]get a copy of your credit report and go thru it, making notes about when you opened your credit cards. Wherever the 5th most recent card is, count 24 months from that date.[/QUOTE]

    Ha – makes sense, thanks!

  4. David W

    You’re welcome! Just remember that if you apply for any other cards now, you’ll have to recalculate a [I]new[/I] 24 month date.

  5. DrewK

    Dang, you’re right. So since I miscalculated and applied (and got denied due to 5/24), looks like it will be another couple years to get the Ink Business!

  6. Gaurav

    You can also use the Chase mycreditjourney website to see what count Chase has for you.

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