Chances of getting approved for a chase card?

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Chances of getting approved for a chase card?

Postby aradlicz » Mon Mar 03, 2014 5:43 pm

Hello- I'm a new member and rather inexperienced when it comes to credit in general, so I was hoping some of you more seasoned members could provide me with some insight.

So I have one credit card, a USAA rewards card, which I've only had for a month- other than that I have a thin file...I have no other creditors or debts. I recently became an authorized user on my father's Marriott Premier Rewards Visa (15 years old), and my fiancé's amazon rewards visa (new, but she has an aaoa of 3 years). Considering both cards are from Chase, what is the likelihood that I would be able to get a basic Chase card (Freedom etc.) to build credit through ultimate goal is to get a MPR Visa of my own for it's propitious travel benefits..

Also- does being an AU affect my credit score, and my AAOA? Thanks!

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Postby linuxmachine » Tue Mar 04, 2014 11:02 pm

Chase has a prequalified credit card page. Just put in your name, address and last 4 of your social and you will see which cards you can apply for with a high chance of approval. Just Google for chase prequalified

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Postby Dman316 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:37 am

Usually at least 6 months after your 1st card.
My Cards

Chase Freedom Visa Signature: $5.2K
Capital One Quicksilver Visa: $7.5K
Discover IT: $5.5K
Huntington Voice World Mastercard: $1.6K

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