Now they just need to let old customers back in and we have a winner
Nice, waiting on Plum to now support this and we’re in business.
They may well be having the same problems Marcus by Goldman Sachs had with the ringfencing limits. A market leading rate would shorten their runway to the £25bn limit, if that is of any concern to them.
Chase U.K. now holds £15bn ($19bn) in deposits — up from $10bn this time last year.
Is the CASS switch a soft launch to certain customers? I see nothing on my IOS App
Likewise - I don’t have it yet either and searching for CASS in Support I get a message saying they don’t support it yet.
So, yeah - maybe they’re soft launching with customer who are already heavily using it first (or maybe new account sign-ups?). I’ve not used my Chase account for 2 months now after I switched to Algbra for their cashback offer instead.
I have been chosen by the Chase Gods to have CASS and I’m one of the earliest public launch account holders. Might be usage based, but then I’d think they would want those who don’t use Chase to switch instead of us heavy users? Who knows! Could be at random.
I’ve got it too (signed up Oct 21, not sure how close to the launch that was). They updated the app yesterday, might be worth checking it’s installed.
We’re almost identical if not for the fact I don’t have CASS in my app either.
I now have a compulsion to CASS something in!
Just had a look and I’ve got CASS in my Chase app yet the account has been dormant for months. I opened my account in September 2021.
I have a co-op account ready to CASS to Chase, but I’ll wait and see if any incentive is offered first
I have a switch to us button and I am much later joining. I guess it’s random.
Spoke to chase and apparently it’ll appear in the app for everyone by end of this month. So we’ll see
I joined in September 21 and I can see the button on my app as well.
In Sweden, had a meal earlier where we split over 2 cards to test rates. My partner has a new HSBC Global Money so wanted to compare.
The HSBC rate got us slightly more SEK per GBP than Chase did at the same time, but with the 1% cashback Chase easily wins.
Edit: sorry we just realise this isn’t a good comparison because HSBC is Visa.