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  1. I got one on the 12th statement, bumped from $1500 to $2500.
  2. Approvals for two cards: Emigrant-4k Barnes and Noble-4k Both of these are higher than any of my other bankcard limits! I'm sure hoping there is no glitch.
  3. I got my first Hooter's CLI at 6 months ($400) and have been getting them every three months since then. I started at $1250 and am now up to $2450 after one year. You might want to give it a couple of months.
  4. This has worked perfectly for me with Experian and TU, but I haven't yet found a way to make my very sweet AU account appear on Equifax (CSC). Any ideas?
  5. plato

    Yeowza!

    18 of my 25 tradelines and PR went poof. Fico jump? From 671 to 778!
  6. I couldn't resist and pulled a FICO after a big chunk of my TU file disappeared. My score? 778! I'll enjoy it while it lasts.
  7. plato

    Yeowza!

    The same thing happened to me today. All derogs and BK gone. It does make you wonder if this represents an opportunity.
  8. I pulled from TC and most of my file was gone. All derogs and bk disappeared and only seven of the twelve open tradelines I have are reporting. April Fool's indeed!
  9. Update: I pulled TC and the AU card showed instantly on TU. FICO jumped 33 points! *Happy Dance* and thanks to the OP who found this glitch.
  10. I used this with freecreditreport.com and TC. I haven't yet pulled TC (have to wait until tomorrow), but when did online dispute with Exp it showed up immediately. I was weak and pulled FICO and there it was...an AU on a CITI card, opened in 1983, 0 balance, 24k limit. FICO jumped 14 points, not as much as I hoped for but I'll take it. I can't wait to see how it works with the others.
  11. I was approved for Hooters for $1250 a few months after discharge....denied for Providan/WaMu. A couple of months later I applied and was approved. As always, YMMV but I would apply for Hooters first and then WaMu after it reports for a couple of months.
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