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I got the card mid-February, and as my June statement have already earned $101 in cash back. When you get to $200 in cash back, they give you a check for $250. Can't beat that.
06-08-2008 12:11 PM
I got the card mid-February, and as my June statement have already earned $101 in cash back. When you get to $200 in cash back, they give you a check for $250. Can't beat that.WOW. When my freedom card gets here.... AMEX blue cash you are SOCKDRAWERED!Just FYI, I got instant approval online and they pulled EQ at 707I haven't gotten into it so I can't give you my firsthand experience with freedom's rewards program. Fretless, when you say you get $200 CB and they send you a check for $250, that's a one time thing, right? I know the offer said $50 CB on your first purchase.OP what is your EQ score? It seems that is what Chase will pull. I looked on whogavemecredit.com and while everyone on there had very high income, their scores were pretty average. I think there were only 2 that were declined out of 10 or 15 entries.
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