ncosky290 wrote:Why not try for the Chase Freedom. It has a very good rewards cash back program.
creditlearner10 wrote:Well i was thinking about getting another card which included chase freedom but wouldn't that bring down my AaoA? My original plan was to just have my macys, wells fargo, and an amex.
nismoZtuner wrote:-Last Year(2013)-
Income: about 29K
Credit Score: low 720ish
Credit History: about 8 Months
creditlearner10 wrote:Hello everyone. I have some questions on what my chances for getting any of the Amex cards are. I am 20 years old i opened my first card (Macy's) 2 years and 8 months ago with a credit limit of $2500. I have a Wells Fargo platinum college card that has a $2200 credit limit. Both of my cards are completely paid off after a long semester off from college. I also had a student loan of 3000 that's completely paid off. I never missed a payment on any of my credits and my current credit score is 745. My income also is $20,337 before taxes. I mainly want an Amex just for the rewards program and basically because it's seen as a status card. I am a college student and I'm very responsible with credit so i understand the difference between a credit card and a charge. So please tell me what my chances of getting approved for a green, gold, and platinum are. Thanks in advance.