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Chase rewards check

January 24th, 2016 at 06:32 pm

I have been trying for three days to redeem my rewards for the month on my Chase card. Fianlly, I gave up trying on my computer and just placed a phone call to redeem. I don't know if it is because my computer is so old, but I keep getting the page that said "internet explorer cannot display this page." I get that when I try to look up my account in Navy Federal. I know I need a new computer, but when I tried out the ones at the library, I could not use those either. I am afraid to get s new computer, because i have no one to help me learn to use it.
Anyway, the chase rewards check will be mailed to my checking account, so I will add that to my $20 challenge:
Prev. total $2654.00
today 42.00
new total $2696.00

7 Responses to “Chase rewards check”

  1. snafu Says:

    If you choose to get a new computer, I hope you'll consider getting a laptop. Before you buy anything, check with any seniors organization in your community to see who offers computer classes for seniors. Also check with your library, local high school or Community College and church.

    The idea of change is often more worrisome than the actual experience. You're a lot more adaptable than you seem to believe, we all see you demonstrate here. Most recently you've changed banks for example. So many stay with their hated bank and I keep wonderingwhy.

  2. rob62521 Says:

    You are a bright woman, Ima. You can figure out anything...look at what a super job you do already!

    I do have one suggestion...are you using Internet Explorer to get to the Internet? I had to quit using Internet Explorer because it wasn't compatible with my bank's website. I now use Google Chrome. It was a free download to get started and I have an icon on my desktop that I just click on and use that instead of Internet Explorer.

  3. Butterscotch Says:

    What do you use the computer for beside internet based activities (banking, blogging)? If your primary use is to access the internet then someone showing you how to use one shouldn't take more than a few minutes. What about the people you hold the mortgage for? Could they spend a few minutes showing you how a new computer works?

    Also, I think you mentioned something about a computer from AAPR. Is that an option?

  4. Ima saver Says:

    Rob, yes, I am using Internet Explorer. It must not be compatible with my bank or Navy Fed. c.u. either because I cannot get in either of their websites. I tried to download Goggle Chrome but nothing happened.
    Butterscotch, I only use the internet for banking and blogging. My mortgage people are very nice, but both work and they have a small child, so I hate to bother them. (My husband does not know how to use a computer, neither does any of his workers)

  5. Carol Says:

    I second the suggestion of a laptop. How about one of the very reasonable chromebooks?Whichever you get, find a store where the people will help you learn how to turn it on and how to get to the internet. After that you will be able to figure it out.

  6. HouseHopeful Says:

    Ima, do you have a local high school/community college? They may have someone who could come help set up/teach you about a new computer for a little cash. I had a friend who did that in college. Its worth a shot to give them a call?

    Worst case scenario, there are companies that do this type of tech service for fees. Best buy has Geek Squad, but there are also usually small businesses that do it. I hope that might help.

  7. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I echo the others. Check with the local senior center or local schools. Someone will be able to help you out! A Chromebook might be just what you need.

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