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credit score 701 tu and 688 om equi how likely is it to get approved for a long term zero int card?

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Not to likely as you would need roughly a 720+ becon score to qualify for this type of rate. You may get an attractive rate however I doubt it would be 0% interest beyond what some may offer as an introductory 6=12 or 18 month period. Best thing to do is google pre-qualified credit cards, and provide your info. Its a SP and therefore wont affect your credit score. Doing this will show you which cards you are pre qualified for BEFORE you apply. Keep in mind that you have to be "opt-in" to pre screening for results to come up. If you have never opt'd out of prescreening then most likely you dont have to do anything. If you did opt out you will need to opt back in. Here is the link. Hope this helps.

https://www.optoutprescreen.com/?rf=t

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