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Chase Freedom

I just received my freedom card today, and the credit score is 703. However, chase used the Card Acquisition Risk Score System which i've never heard of before. So, any of you guys ever see this type of score?(Score range from low 250 to high 900)

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I did not receive a score from Chase when I received my Freedom card. :smileysurprised:

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DigitalArk wrote:

I did not receive a score from Chase when I received my Freedom card. :smileysurprised:


did Chase give you 12.9% APR?

 

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enharu wrote:

DigitalArk wrote:

I did not receive a score from Chase when I received my Freedom card. :smileysurprised:


did Chase give you 12.9% APR?

 


I cannot even find my APR online. :smileylol: I think the first year is 0%.

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Check your T&C. Otherwise, just call them if you are really curious.
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enharu wrote:
Check your T&C. Otherwise, just call them if you are really curious.

What's T&C? Terms & Conditions?

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First year 0%, then 13.99%. :smileylol: Signed up bonus $200 after $500 spending within 3 months.

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It should be 0% for 15 mos.

Edit: if you received 13.99% those were the best terms. No score is required to be sent.
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09Lexie wrote:
It should be 0% for 15 mos.

Edit: if you received 13.99% those were the best terms. No score is required to be sent.

yeah, actually it's 15 mos. :smileyvery-happy: I just said the first year for short. :smileytongue:

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