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Re: Chase Freedom, Should I Apply?

SALEEN961 wrote:

I'll definitely be in the garden now, the Freedom card was the only other card I'm interested in. Now the plan is to let everything age and get some CLIs so I'll be ready to buy a car in a year, hopefully with FICO scores edging up to 800, I don't know if my scores will grow that fast and I know they probably won't based on how slowly they've grown in the past, but in any case I'd like to be hopeful.

Congrats and join the party thats in the garden WTG

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