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Chase Approval

Hi MyFICO Friends,

 

I applied for a SouthWest Card was approved last week for 2500.00, I had totally forgot about applying for the FREEDOM card.  I just logged on to my Chase Checking account and found out about an approval for 3000.00 (Freedom)  Nice!

 

What are my chances of a CLI upon activation?

 

Thanks

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Re: Chase Approval

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Pretty good actually. I got a substantial CLI when I called to activate my card. I basically told the girl that this would be one of my smaller CLs and as such I probably would never use it. She reviewed my report and saw my current cards and Cls and as such matched my highest. I guess it also helps that I have 4x the amount of the CL in my bank account on average and they can verify my pay as it gets direct deposited. 

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