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What Apr do you get with 800+ scores?

Not the intro rates but the normal rates. :smileyhappy: Thanks.
If we never set higher goals we would never get as far.
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Re: What Apr do you get with 800+ scores?

I don't think you will see anything really low because the APR depends on the companies review of your credit worthiness.  My supervisor has all three of his scores above 800 and I have a lower APR than he does on his USAA and Chase CC.  My scores are in my sig and I have 2 CC @ 7% Var, 1 @ 8.99% Fixed and 4 @ 9.99 Fixed.

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Re: What Apr do you get with 800+ scores?

Excellent points: normally one would think since you aquired an 800 FICO that your credit worthiness should be pretty well established. But I know that this is not the case I would like for anyone to explain in finite detail how to determine ones credit worthiness. If you can and don"t mind sharing this with me please feel free to do so. Thanks Credit 08
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Re: What Apr do you get with 800+ scores?



ilovepizza wrote:
Not the intro rates but the normal rates. :smileyhappy: Thanks.

I have a PRIME+0.49% APR, currently 5.49%, on my Chase Freedom Visa. 
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Re: What Apr do you get with 800+ scores?

Yea.. I need to call CCC to request lower rates. Thank you.
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