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If you want to get a Chase Slate Credit Card, you need to apply for it at the website. Do you want to know how to do it? Follow the next instructions, to see how easy it is.
Here is a list of requirement for those, who want to get Chase Slate credit card:
- Be 18 years old;
- Be a U.S. resident;
- Have a U.S. SSN;
- Have a mailing address (no PO Box addresses);
- Have a valid government-issued photo ID.
How to Apply
Visit the official website of Chase Slate Credit Card. Follow the link below:
At the main page, you will see an “Apply” button. It’s located on the left side of the window. Click on it.
You will be redirected to the application website.
At the first page, you will be needed to fill an information about yourself. It will be your name, mailing address, ZIP code, and state. After that click “Next” button.
At the next page, you will be needed to fill your financial information.
Such as your annual income, your type of residence, and source of income. After that click “Next” button.
At this application page, you will be needed to fill your general information as phone number, email, date of birth, SSN, and mother’s maiden name. After that click “Next” button for the last time and you will be redirected to the confirmation page.
That’s all, now you have applied for a Chase Slate Credit Card.
Q: I want to make an online purchase with my Chase Slate credit card. Is there anything that I can do to protect myself before making it?
All you need to do when you are making a purchase is to pay attention to all the seller's terms, their guarantees and warranties. Also, the writings such as "all sales are final" may limit your ability to make returns or dispute a transaction. Once the purchase is finished, it is advisable to keep documentation of your online purchases which will be sent to your email. The documentation should consist of a purchase receipt and a confirmation number. You should print and save it until you receive your product.
Q: Can balance transfers make an impact on my credit score?
Even though a balance transfer can save you money in the short term, it has the overall impact on your credit score since any change in your credit can be a positive or a negative change. Transferring a balance from one credit card to a new card can cause a temporary, small decrease. Nevertheless, a balance transfer can be a good way to pay down credit card debt.
Q: How can I take advantage of Chase preferred seating?
The only way of taking advantage of preferred seating is becoming a Chase Card member! Preferred seating is allowed only to Chase credit card holders. They can look for exclusive offers in the Ticket Types dropdown when buying tickets. Then, they will be asked for a code, which is the first six digits of the Chase credit card account number. In order to get the benefit of preferred seating, the ticket must be paid with your Chase credit card.