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If you have a Chase Sapphire card you know it is a very unique card. And I am not talking benefits here. I am talking about what the thing it is made of. It is heavy like it has some kind of metal inside it. And you know what, it DOES have metal inside it. Please don’t go sticking a magnet on your card as it may affect the “magnetic” strip on the card. I have, since my card is all cut up anyway. I pealed back the plastic to reveal what looks like stainless steel, and a magnet does stick to it.
Now don’t worry. I am not turning on my Chase card and love the card and the
50,000 40,000 they care currently running! I have been told I will have a new card sent to me tomorrow. Why? The Chase fraud department called me because someone was manually entering in my number and putting a $2.00 charge on the card. You have to LOVE these guys that they are so on the ball. My Sapphire card is one of the ones I always keep in my wallet. Sure, my AMEX RESERVE is my go to card but not at restaurants. There I get 2x points plus I am working on topping off my Ultimate Rewards account. I am almost at 200,000 now thanks to both my wife and I having the Sapphire, INK BOLD , INK PLUS and Freedom cards. I plan to use all the points for our 25th wedding anniversary cruise next year and get 1.25x the value of the points to book the cruise!
But the funny thing is when the rep calls you, one of the last things they tell you to do is destroy the card. Really. How? Unless you have some tin snips do not try it. Scissors will just get destroyed if you try with them. If you put them in your shredder bye bye shredder So if this ever happens to you – find a neighbor with tin snips! – René