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Lowes - $10k----->$15K

Amazon - $6K----->$10K

 

Both via the luv button as I never get any luv by calling in.  Probably could have pushed Lowe's for more, but I'll take both of those.

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4 hours ago, Kat58 said:

Discover CLI - New CL $31.5k

Annual Income - $32k

Assets - $0

Mortgage/Rent - $0

Last request - 12/2018 (IIRC)

:D

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You need to ask more often!

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11 hours ago, DPB said:

Discover CLI $2500 to $4000

Third statement just posted. Immediately hit CLI button.

Congratulations! :dance:

 

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Posted (edited)
On 2/8/2019 at 8:40 AM, Kat58 said:

Wow! That's Impressive! AFAIK, you're the only person that's been able to achieve a high'ish CL with a Cap One starter card. Great job.

 

Not a unicorn! My $300 starter card got to $10K (after numerous intermediate steps) in about 2-2.5 years (I don't remember). It's possible :)

 

On edit: It's not $75K, but not bad...

Edited by wingwalker
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TAD's Citi Thank You Premier was approved at $12,100 and it had one previous CLI to $14,100.  

 

Now this.

 

No idea why they're so stingy with this card.

 

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8 hours ago, deanmartini said:

Discover CLI from 18K to 23K.  My biggest Discover CLI ever.

Last CLI was Jan 2019 for 2K .  

Congratulations!!! :clapping:

 

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NFCU Cash Rewards $500. Asked for review for better CL, pending. 

 

My file is thin, credit age is short, highest personal limit only $2400 so far, and opened several new accounts in the last year. Guess I might need to lay off the new apps for a bit. Lol

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2 hours ago, Kat58 said:
5 hours ago, MP80 said:

BofA -$63,400.00-> $83,400.00

 

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:clapping:

Thank you! Kat  :wave:

 

I must say that any future growth of Bank of America personal credit cards will eventually reach a risk limit of $99,900 in general, which may also be affected by secondary peripheral accounts. However, I have seen evidence (screenshots) that two cards belong to one person, one card at $93K and the other at $70K sort of, I thought this is a conundrum rather aberrant, is this the Unicorn or what? Let it is not!  :D

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