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54 minutes ago, minnie aubre said:

Like that on computer, too.

Lol. Perhaps I'm the only person seeing it.  :D

 

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5 hours ago, MP80 said:

Lol. Perhaps I'm the only person seeing it.  :D

 

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Weird thing is I can see it just fine in the post I'm quoting right now (above) but when I go back a page to where I made my original comment it looks like this:

 

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1 hour ago, cv91915 said:

 

Weird thing is I can see it just fine in the post I'm quoting right now (above) but when I go back a page to where I made my original comment it looks like this:

 

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Weird indeed!  :lol: :wave:

 

It's probably a glitch somewhere. :D

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AMEX BCE been stuck at 25K a couple of years because of BK still on reports.

 

Asked for 40K, got the verification request ...backed out....asked for 1K less each time....finally at 34K had the winner!

 

BCE from 25K to 34K Winner!

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10 hours ago, whipster said:

AMEX BCE been stuck at 25K a couple of years because of BK still on reports.

 

Asked for 40K, got the verification request ...backed out....asked for 1K less each time....finally at 34K had the winner!

 

BCE from 25K to 34K Winner!

Congrats on the CLI.  

 

What type of verification did they request for higher amounts?

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Got an auto credit limit increase +1000 bucks on NFCU cash rewards card. Didn't ask for it. Latest FICO9 from them is 665. 648 last month. Guess going over 650 must've triggered it.

Still stuck at 2k on nrewards and 4500 navcheck. Last request was in July 2018 and was an instant deny. Score was 648 July though December 2018. Didn't change til this month.

The wait for better credit continues

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8 hours ago, cv91915 said:

Congrats on the CLI.  

 

What type of verification did they request for higher amounts?

4506-T, but my 2017 income was about half 2018 (current) income. Will hit them up again after the 2018 return is in the system, plus the last BK will be off of EQ and EX by then.

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39 minutes ago, whipster said:

4506-T, but my 2017 income was about half 2018 (current) income. Will hit them up again after the 2018 return is in the system, plus the last BK will be off of EQ and EX by then.

What did you tell them your income was on your application? 

 

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5 hours ago, get.randy said:

What did you tell them your income was on your application? 

 

My current income. That's what they ask for.

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Discover CLI of $300 to $1200

 

AmEx approval for Everyday Card $2000 (My first AmEx!)

 

Wells Fargo Propel AmEx $6000

 

Nice start (at least for me) to the new year!

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40 minutes ago, Thxlbx said:

Discover CLI of $300 to $1200

 

AmEx approval for Everyday Card $2000 (My first AmEx!)

 

Wells Fargo Propel AmEx $6000

 

Nice start (at least for me) to the new year!

Congratulations!!!

 

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I just got approved a few days ago for my second credit card. Citi Double Cash. $1,000 limit. 
I was hoping it would be $1500-2000 but I was happy just to be approved. I've been carrying over a high balance on my Capital One Platinum card for the last six months. I was unemployed for four months in middle of last year so I'm still playing catchup. Plan to pay that one down in the next few months. 

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Checked my NFCU and surprise! My nRewards has an auto credit limit increase +1000. From $2000 to $3000

 

Earlier this month my go rewards received an auto credit limit increase from 3300 to 4300.

 

My Navcheck still no credit limit increase and stuck at 4500

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, scott31337 said:

Wells Fargo Propel - 3k

at least you got approved. I was denied for 5.24 last summer with a 828 FICO :lol:

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6 hours ago, hegemony said:

at least you got approved. I was denied for 5.24 last summer with a 828 FICO :lol:

Maybe they've changed, I'm at 723 FICO and LOL/24 (I think i'm at 24/24 now) but do have previous relationship with WF.

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16 minutes ago, scott31337 said:

Maybe they've changed, I'm at 723 FICO and LOL/24 (I think i'm at 24/24 now) but do have previous relationship with WF.

only relationship I have with Wells is a IIB Norwest account from the 1990s :lol:

also, wells paid me $$$ for non-PP situation about 10 years ago.

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Citi Thank You Premier (TAD's), $12,100 -> $14,100

 

Not sure why they are so stingy on this card.  He has no other open Citi cards.  

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4 hours ago, cv91915 said:

Citi Thank You Premier (TAD's), $12,100 -> $14,100

 

Not sure why they are so stingy on this card.  He has no other open Citi cards.  

I think it's a Citi thing.

 

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Yep. It's a Citi thing. Needless to say when I hit luv button last weekend, I about shyt my pants when my DC went from $4.5k to $10k. Most I typically get is $1k every 6 months. After the instant CLI, I was asked if I wanted to take a HP to ask for more. I declined. 

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1 hour ago, Kat58 said:

I think it's a Citi thing.

 

Until they sold the Hilton portfolio to Amex, the highest limit I've ever had on a revolver was on my Citi Hilton.  🐿

 

Maybe it's because he's a dirty foreigner.

 

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