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Master List of Your Top Three Highest Limits (dynamic -- update)

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Looking like BOA is the way to go.

 

 

Discovery $33,000

AMEX, PNC, Chase, Barclays $15,000

 

 

 

 

 

Surprised I haven't seen more with AMEX as the highest limit.

Am I mistaken thinking I can get them to $45,000 after I submit another 3x CLI?

 

Are you okay with the idea of submitting (and subsequently waiting for a response) a 4506-T?

 

Up until a couple days ago Amex was my highest, and was my first to break the 50k barrier.

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Looking like BOA is the way to go.

 

 

Discovery $33,000

AMEX, PNC, Chase, Barclays $15,000

 

 

 

 

 

Surprised I haven't seen more with AMEX as the highest limit.

Am I mistaken thinking I can get them to $45,000 after I submit another 3x CLI?

 

Are you okay with the idea of submitting (and subsequently waiting for a response) a 4506-T?

 

Up until a couple days ago Amex was my highest, and was my first to break the 50k barrier.

 

 

If you're asking if income provided is truthful, yes.

I suppose it would be worth it, even if it was a hassle.

 

My income is only ~120 though.

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Discover it: $50,000

4 - Amex SPG: $49,500

 

FTFY

 

:rolleyes:

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Limits are meaningless.

 

AMEX Biz Plat. I know what my general spend threshold is on the product and think with a phone call I could put 500K+ on it.

 

My SimplyCash+ has a 250K spend threshold.

 

Limits? We don't need no stinkin' limits! :grin:

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I'd love to see the sub-five figure members check in too. This isn't a competition (at least we're getting some kind of participation ribbon here, right?).

 

I know if we started this a few years ago I'd be bashful. I'd love to see some of the smaller limits out there so we can see how fast they can grow!

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Looking like BOA is the way to go.

 

 

Discovery $33,000

AMEX, PNC, Chase, Barclays $15,000

 

 

 

 

 

Surprised I haven't seen more with AMEX as the highest limit.

Am I mistaken thinking I can get them to $45,000 after I submit another 3x CLI?

 

Are you okay with the idea of submitting (and subsequently waiting for a response) a 4506-T?

 

Up until a couple days ago Amex was my highest, and was my first to break the 50k barrier.

If you're asking if income provided is truthful, yes.

I suppose it would be worth it, even if it was a hassle.

 

My income is only ~120 though.

Even if truthful some balk at the idea of divulging POI.

 

It MAY very well be a hassle but can also be well worth it. I skipped over having any limit starting with a 4x because of it.

 

(See cv's master thread on the topic)

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Discover it: $50,000

4 - Amex SPG: $49,500

 

FTFY

 

:rolleyes:

 

 

Good catch! I forgot the check the "Regrets" tab in my spreadsheet.

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Discover it: $50,000

4 - Amex SPG: $49,500

 

FTFY

 

:rolleyes:

Good catch! I forgot the check the "Regrets" tab in my spreadsheet.

CV, you'd have loved to listen in on my phone call with PenFed today trying to get my last $1,500 added to my revolver from my current offer. If it wasn't happening to me I would have thought it was hilarious.

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Discover it: $50,000

4 - Amex SPG: $49,500

FTFY

 

:rolleyes:

Good catch! I forgot the check the "Regrets" tab in my spreadsheet.

CV, you'd have loved to listen in on my phone call with PenFed today trying to get my last $1,500 added to my revolver from my current offer. If it wasn't happening to me I would have thought it was hilarious.

It's only ever funny from afar. Try getting a mortgage there.

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Discover 19,300

Walmart MC 10,000

Marvel MC 10,000

 

 

In the spirit of full disclosure - regarding the MC cards, they were both at 8. Figured I'd try again since they're a soft pull. Asked for 15k, they gave me 10k. (+2k each)

Next month, I'll ask for 25k, see what happens.

Just wish the rewards were more compelling.

Edited by ukaserex

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Even if truthful some balk at the idea of divulging POI.

 

It MAY very well be a hassle but can also be well worth it. I skipped over having any limit starting with a 4x because of it.

 

(See cv's master thread on the topic)

 

 

I'm not afraid to share that information, but I'm too lazy to M$ so we will see what happens if/when they ask for it, ha.

Thanks for the thread reference.

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Cap One: $26.2k

Amex Hilton/Walmart store: $25k ea

Alliant CU Visa: $20k

 

Due for CLI with Amex in a few days. Will probably ask to go to $30k

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Cap One: $26.2k

Amex Hilton/Walmart store: $25k ea

Alliant CU Visa: $20k

 

Due for CLI with Amex in a few days. Will probably ask to go to $30k

Aim higher.

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