Chase is a large credit card company that offers a wide range of credit cards. There are cards for frequent travelers and cards for popular retailers such as Amazon and Starbucks. They also offer a Chase Slate® credit card available to those with good credit, which is a credit score of about 651 or higher. The Chase Slate® Credit Card offers a 0% interest APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first 15 months after you open your account.
Chase Slate® Credit Card Rates & Fees
|ANNUAL FEE||INTRO APR||APRS||BALANCE TRANSFER FEE||FOREIGN TRANSACTION FEE|
|None||0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first 15 months that your account is open.||16.99% to 25.74%||$0 Intro fee on transfers made within 60 days of account opening. After that: Either $5 or 5% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.||3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars.|
How to Apply for Chase Slate® Credit Card Online
It’s easy to apply for Chase Slate® credit card online.
- To get started, visit their website at www.chase.com.
- Click on “Find a credit card” near the middle of the page.
- Click on the “Balance Transfer” category near the top of the page.
- After that, scroll down to find the Chase Slate® credit card and click the green “Learn more” button to the right of the card. On the next page, click the green “Apply Now” button.
- Then, enter your first and last name and your address.
- Click the blue “Next” button and follow the prompts to finish your application.
Other Ways to Apply for a Chase Credit Card
You can complete a Chase credit card application in person at a branch. You can find the closest branch to you by visiting their website.back to menu ↑
Chase Credit Card Customer Service
You can reach Chase credit card customer service by calling 1-800-432-31-17. You can also write them at:
P.O. Box 15298
Wilmington, DE, 19850.
You can also reach them using Twitter at @ChaseSupport.back to menu ↑
Chase Slate® Credit Card FAQs
What is the APR for a Chase Slate® credit card?
There is a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first 15 months that your account is open. After that, the APR for the Chase Slate® card will range from 16.99% to 25.74%.
Is there an annual fee?
The Chase Slate® credit card has no annual fee.
Is there a late fee?
If your payment is received after the due date, you may be charged a late payment of up to $15 if the balance is less than $100; up to $27 if the balance is $100 to less than $250, and up to $37 if the balance is $250 or more..
Is there fraud prevention?
Chase takes measures to protect you from fraud and identity theft. If they notice unusual charges, they will call and alert you, and they may put a hold on your credit card as well.
How can I manage my account?
Chase offers online account access. They also have a mobile app. They also provide a tool called Blueprint, which can help you manage your credit card payments.
Let’s assume the balance on your credit card is $5000, your card’s APR is 23%, and your minimum monthly payment in percentage is 100. Your first payment should be $100. Note that this number is expected to change over time.
To pay off your credit card balance in full, it will take you 2442 months. You’ll pay the overall interest of $99510.62. Your total payment will be $104510.62.
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