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PayPal Extras MasterCard: $35,000

 

Ebates Visa: $20,000

 

W*****t MasterCard: $15,000

 

I really need to do a power flush.

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Lowe's 9k

 

... just haven't bothered to ask for more. I'm torn between asking for 35 and just letting the account close for lack of use.

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Lowe's 9k

... just haven't bothered to ask for more. I'm torn between asking for 35 and just letting the account close for lack of use.

You state that like it's an either-or scenario.

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Walmart & Marvel @10k, each.

 

I only got them in the wake of USAA closing my account, and wanting to keep my utilization down. Now that I'm paying in full..there's no reason to push for more.

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Lowes $20k

Walmart $8k

 

Had Care Credit at $8k but closed due to non-use. Got tired of having to randomly buy pet products and not having a pet.

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Walmart 10k

Amazon 10k

PayPal 10k

Rooms2Go 10k

 

I wonder if I will be able to push them all to 35k or even 25k for that matter. Has anyone been able to do that?

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Had Care Credit at $8k but closed due to non-use. Got tired of having to randomly buy pet products and not having a pet.

A purchase of a toothpaste or something from CVS online (BOG2 ftw!) also keeps it active.

 

And...

Sam's Club: $8k

CareCredit: $15k

Amazon: $10k

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Total: $33k

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