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If you continue your investigation on offers, you will notice that there appear to be four different types of Pre______ offers, pre-screened, selected and approved and qualified. From what I have found, there are two distinct sets of US legal requirements, and in general one of them is required to have a 50-65% approval rate minimum, and the other is supposed to have somewhere between 80-90% minimum approval rate. I would GUESS that the pre-approved/qualified would be the higher tier and the pre-screened/selected group would be the lower tier, however I have neither found evidence confirming nor denying this ASSUMPTION. I could very well be wrong to some degree here, so please do your research before making a decision, or possibly some of the other members here know the answer.
I forgot to mention, there also appears to be a third tier, an invitation to apply, implying no screening/qualifying to the offer. I have found no literature defining any minimum requirements on these sorts of mailing, and there may indeed be no requirement.