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The amended Credit Card Act allows an applicant to list any income to which they have a reasonable expectation- so one can list anticipated commissions based on representations made by the employer as to what one can expect to be paid. Fraud requires the willful and knowing intent to deceive, so if the individual was not as successful as anticipated that is not fraud.
So yes, a good faith estimate is usually sufficient.
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