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Chase Freedom Card

I just applied for the Chase Freedom rewards card with hopes of being approved for the 12 month 0% intro APR, which I've read is for those with "great or elite" credit scores and history.  My equifax score is 791 and I have extensive credit history dating back to 1998.  TI'm hoping to avoid being approved with an intro period less than 12 months.  Think I'll get it?

 

Thanks in advance for your responses.

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Re: Chase Freedom Card

With a score of 791 it should not be a problem at all unless there is something in the credit report that chase would not like.

 

I got my chase freedom when my score was 690ish across all boards

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