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Macys Credit Limit Reporting

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I was reading some old posts about Macys not reporting the credit limits to the CRA, or even to the customer. Is this still the case? I was looking at their terms and it says "Your credit limit appears on your billing statement" which is contrary to what the old posts said.

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I was reading some old posts about Macys not reporting the credit limits to the CRA, or even to the customer. Is this still the case? I was looking at their terms and it says "Your credit limit appears on your billing statement" which is contrary to what the old posts said.

Mine reports. Always has. Same for store account and AmEx account.

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Thanks everyone for your input. I was approved, albeit for a lower limit than I expected. It reported to Equifax quickly with the purchases the day of approval showing as the balance. I can call for a recon within 30 days? I'm waiting to the get the account # in the mail.

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Mine started out at $1,000. Used it a few times and paid it off. Around the 1-year mark, requested a CLI to $10,000 and was approved. It missed a month or two of reporting a while back, but has otherwise consistently reported whether a balance or not.

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I was approved for $6,000 on the Amex, in store. Called immediately after approval and requested $15,000. Instantly approved... Should've asked for more.

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