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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Jeff, Oct 10, 2001.
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As I understand it, there is a fee for the telephone orders.
Don't know Breeze. I haven't placed an order over the phone. I wonder if they would waive the fee since their online system isn't up. ??
It doesn't hurt to ask. Let us know what happens. The fee wasn't exhorbitant.
do a search on "Chase loophole" you'll find the info...
Just called. They want a 1.5% fee for all orders.
The rep I spoke with would not waive it, and said they would not be supporting their online site any time soon. Seems this loophole is closed for now :-(
That is too bad. Thanks for the info. Roman.
Still not a terrible deal if the 1.5% fee includes overnight delivery though.
On a related note, I called up an american express travel agency to try the cobalt loophole, and they are also asking for a 1% fee.
Are no loopholes sacred anymore?
We made it popular, they saw a profit. That's not a bad fee, y'all.
compared with 0% fee, it isn't that great.
That was never part of the Cobalt loophole.
The loopholes only applies when you use it in a Trav Cheques ATM.