How To Quickly Check Your Chase Credit Card Application Status Online + Reconsideration Phone Numbers

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This guide shows you how to check your Chase credit card application status both online and over the phone.

Several major credit card issuers (Amex, Barlcaycard, and Bank of America) have long offered a way to check your application status online, however until recently Chase has never had a way to check your application status online.

The good news is that you can now check your Chase credit card application status online. This is a nice additional or intermediary step to take before calling in to Chase’s reconsideration line. It’s been several months since Chase launched this feature, but is still seems that few people know about it!

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Until my last round of credit card applications (thanks 5/24!) I have actually never used this online feature. However, I will say that when I used the online application status check it proved not to be that functional since neither my personal or business applications showed up. I hope it works better for others!

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Check Your Chase Credit Card Application Status Online

If you recently applied for a new card you can quickly check your Chase credit card application status online. You’ll need to be an existing Chase customer with an online account and be logged into your Chase online account.

Here’s how to check your Chase credit card application status online:

1. First you’ll need to log in to your Chase online account. Once your logged in you’ll want to click on the ‘Customer Center’ tab on the top navigation menu.

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2. Now scroll down the page until you find the “Open New Account” section on the right sidebar. Under this section you’ll find the link for “Check my application(s) status”.

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3. This should load a new page showing any recent Chase credit card applications and the current statuses.

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My Experience = No Applications Showing

For whatever reason my recent applications were not showing up when I checked online using this tool. During my last round of credit card applications I applied for two personal and one business credit card. However, none showed up when I checked using the online tool.

This makes me think that for them to be tracked you may also need to be logged in to your Chase online account when you apply for a new Chase credit card. Let me know if you have found your applications showing up on the tool!

Chase Reconsideration Line Phone Numbers

Of course you can also always check your Chase credit card application status by phone. You’ll need to call into Chase’s reconsideration line to check the application status for both personal and business credit cards.

This can also prove helpful for getting approved if Chase needs you to verify your identify of provide additional information before a decision is made to either approve or deny your new card. That said, there is debate whether or not it’s best to call or wait until you hear from Chase after your application goes pending.

Here are the phone numbers for Chase’s reconsideration line:

Personal credit cards:

  • 1-888-245-0625
  • Hours: 7am-10pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10pm Sat, 9am-9pm Sun (All times EST)

Business credit cards:

  • 1-800-453-9719
  • Hours: 8am-10pm Mon-Fri (All times EST)

As always, when you call into the reconsideration line be sure you are ready to answer a few questions and potentially prove your identity, etc.

And that’s it, the two quickest ways to check your Chase credit card application status!

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