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Re: Pulled the trigger early!

congrats excellent CL.

 

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Re: Pulled the trigger early!

CONGRATULATIONS!



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Congrats! You'll love them! Enjoy the features & benefits, you've earned them Smiley Wink
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Congrats! 

 

chase from what i read here is always a hard pull for a cli. 

ironically i only apped for chase freedom at the time because ck told me i would get approved lol. 

and i did for 500. plan on asking for a cli after one year with it and all my other lines reporting 2k +

 

 

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Congrats!

 

What bureau did they end up pulling?

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creditnocash wrote:

Congrats! 

 

chase from what i read here is always a hard pull for a cli. 

ironically i only apped for chase freedom at the time because ck told me i would get approved lol. 

and i did for 500. plan on asking for a cli after one year with it and all my other lines reporting 2k +

 

 


Only if it's customer initiated Smiley Happy It's a generous starting amount so I won't be requesting an increase quit yet. I think I'll wait and see how long it takes before the auto increase.

 

Smiley Very Happy

 

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maiden_girl wrote:

I pulled the trigger earlier than expected on the Chase Freedom card!! My plan was to wait until my UTIL was down before applying for the card but I was in a good mood. So glad I went ahead with it!! Was instantly approved!!

 

So of course you get THIS message when you apply online.

 

Called the backdoor number to find out my limit!! It's $3k and standard APR 22.9% after 15 month 0% intro APR. SOOO EXCITED! Happy dance! So far...my highest limit "regular" card!!


Are you sure they gave you the promo APR?

 

I was just approved for $5k and they did not approve the promo apr.

 

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maiden_girl wrote:

creditnocash wrote:

Congrats! 

 

chase from what i read here is always a hard pull for a cli. 

ironically i only apped for chase freedom at the time because ck told me i would get approved lol. 

and i did for 500. plan on asking for a cli after one year with it and all my other lines reporting 2k +

 

 


Only if it's customer initiated Smiley Happy It's a generous starting amount so I won't be requesting an increase quit yet. I think I'll wait and see how long it takes before the auto increase.

 

Smiley Very Happy

 


true but i dont think they can hard pull without your permission. there for all chase initiated cl are soft pull =)

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creditnocash wrote:

maiden_girl wrote:

creditnocash wrote:

Congrats! 

 

chase from what i read here is always a hard pull for a cli. 

ironically i only apped for chase freedom at the time because ck told me i would get approved lol. 

and i did for 500. plan on asking for a cli after one year with it and all my other lines reporting 2k +

 

 


Only if it's customer initiated Smiley Happy It's a generous starting amount so I won't be requesting an increase quit yet. I think I'll wait and see how long it takes before the auto increase.

 

Smiley Very Happy

 


true but i dont think they can hard pull without your permission. there for all chase initiated cl are soft pull =)


I'm not sure, but isn't being a customer of theirs "permissible purpose" or whatever? It seems like they can do either a HP or SP depending on their mood that day...

 

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It is up to them, but generally unless customer initiated CLI's are SP's.

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