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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!!

Congrats. It's a great card, and the limit will probably grow a bit.



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WalMart: ||15k|| USAA Platinum MC: ||26k|| BCE: ||9k|| Chase Freedom Siggy: ||10k|| Discover it: ||6.5k|| SG Visa: ||11k||
USAA World MC: ||23k|| US Bank Cash+ Siggy: ||7.5k|| Citi TYP World MC: ||12k|| Barclays Arrival World MC: ||13k||Citi Double Cash World MC ||25k||Sallie Mae World MC ||18.8k||Fico Scores (3 Fico Monitoring): EQ 751,TU 749, EX 743. Last app: 9-12-14 Sallie
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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!!

Nice going, Congrats on the approval!

Starting Score: EQ 717 EX 724 TU 736
Current Score: EQ 832 EX 783 TU 816
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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!! **Updated!** Discover IT Approved!!!

Got ballzy... see first post.

 

Im am in shock! haha!

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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!! **Updated!** Discover IT Approved!!!

Thats awesome OP!!  Congratulations!!  Both of those are on my list for my own upcoming app spree. Smiley Happy


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Cards:NFCU Flag Visa Sig $10000, CSP $8500, AMEX BCP $2000 Freedom $3500, Disc IT $5000, Cap 1 Green $2100, Credit 1 CLOSED! AU on Amex Green, Discover $2000, Cap One Plat $1000
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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!! **Updated!** Discover IT Approved!!!

Congrats
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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!! **Updated!** Discover IT Approved!!!

Just got off the phone with Discover: $1700 starting CL. So happy!! .
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Re: Chase Freedom Approved!!! **Updated!** Discover IT Approved!!!

Question: I currently have the chase slate and when I called to ask for freedom PC, they said I needed to wait 1 year before i'm even eligible for any PC (freedom not guaranteed). Should I be using my slate monthly even though I have no use for the card to show chase that I make my payments on time or should i put it in the sock drawer and wait for the 1 year to pass?

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