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Registered: ‎12-18-2012
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Chase Freedom Approval?

Hey! This is my first time on here and I'm curious to see what you all have to say about Chase Freedom. I have wanted this card for some time now, but my credit history has been somewhat limited. My oldest account is 1 year 1 month. I currently have 4 credit cards (Bank of America $1,500 CL, Discover $750 CL, Capital One $750 CL, and Target Store Card $700 CL). Additionally, I recently paid off my wife's engagement ring through Kay Jewelers, so I have an installment loan on my credit history that has been paid off. My TransUnion score is 748 (according to CreditKarma.com). With a 748 score, no derogs, and 4 open/active accounts, what do you think my chances are of being approved for Chase Freedom? Thanks!
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Registered: ‎01-17-2008
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Re: Chase Freedom Approval?

I think you will be approve but since you have a thin file it will also be low limit between 500 to 1500

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