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I want to lease a car, and chance you can tell me what kind of credit I will need?
I currently have a credit score according credit Karma of 643. I am looking to lease a car. Do you know if this will get approved or what the likelihood of this getting approved is?

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Lets get the Old Magic 8 Ball and Shake it up, ((((( Shake, Shake, Shake ))))
and the answer is coming clear now......
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We the users have no Clue what you would need to lease a car. I would think the dealerships would have different requirements. You might want to give the dealership that you are thinking of Leasing from a call and ask them just want is needed.
DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING YET, Do Not Give them your SSN *** they would like to run a credit report and you would get a Hard Inquire. You are just on a fact finding mission thats all.
If that dealership wont suppy you the information, go to another one.

Good Luck
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