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Re: Apply for Citi Forward Student or no?

Yeah buddy your scores a tad bid low for CITI IMO, I think a store card to your mix would be better. 

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Re: Apply for Citi Forward Student or no?

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WallyxD wrote:

bs6054 wrote:

WallyxD wrote:

Thank you for the honesty. Any cards you can recommend that I 'should' or at least have a good chance of being approved for?

How long have you had the journey?  That should (slowly) increase if you use it and pay in full each time.

A short month and a half :smileywink: 

From what I've read, for the Freedom, Chase wants to see at least a year of history before they'll approve

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