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Why I converted from Ink Plus to Ink Business Preferred

Ink Business Preferred

The Chase Ink Business Preferred Card has, by some measures, the best current signup bonus available today (80K valuable Ultimate Rewards points via the public offer, or 100K Ultimate Rewards via a Chase Business Relationship Manager).  As I reported before, I tried to get the 100K bonus earlier this year, but failed.  My application was denied multiple times due to “Too many credit or loan accounts have been opened recently.” It was a bummer to…

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Newbie’s progress and his 3X surprise

3X Surprise

Do you remember our informed newbie, Ben?  First, we helped him form a credit card plan.  Next, he successfully signed up for three cards at once.  Intentionally, all three were business cards that do not report to personal credit bureaus.  This way, Ben can sign up for lots of cards without exceeding Chase’s 5/24 limits.  I now have Ben’s initial results.  Not surprisingly, his credit score was barely effected.  The surprise was the number of…

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Newbie’s new credit card plan, and initial results

A bit over a week ago I published “A credit card plan for a well informed newbie.”  There I detailed a plan for this retiree to quickly rack up huge numbers of points through credit card signups.  Readers weighed in with helpful suggestions, and I modified my recommendations.  I wrote: Thanks everyone. Based on your input, I’ll recommend these changes to Ben: 1. Sign up for Ink Biz Pref and Ink Cash same day in…

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Switch to Ink Cash online

To celebrate Memorial Day, here’s a quick and easy post (easy to write and, hopefully easy to read).  If you have the Ink Business Preferred or Ink Plus card and no longer want to pay the $95 annual fee, you can change to the no-fee Ink Cash card simply by sending Chase a secure message online. Full details about the Ink Cash Business Card can be found here.  The short version is that the card…

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