This card requires a credit score of at least 700 - which is the minimum for good credit. Both your payment history and utilization are incorporated into your credit score, however, no one can tell for sure whether a good credit score is sufficient to garner approval. The reason for that is because while your credit standing is a very important factor, it’s not the only one. There are other variables that may play a role such as outstanding debts, your job status and income. Nevertheless, you can get your credit score for free, full TransUnion credit report and credit improvement tips on WalletHub. To start, go to: https://wallethub.com/join/. Good luck!
Your chances are best if you have a credit score of at least 700. So maybe wait a few weeks and see if your credit score goes up at all.
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