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Business GE Cards WITH PG... Anyone have Current Experience and Info?

Hello All - 


So looking back to 2006-2009 GE was Candy for Business Accounts without PG and gave HUGE Lines that seemed like a different Bank then What I currently deal with on my Personal GE accounts (i.e. $300-$700 typical opening lines and pretty much no CLI)

I'm wondering if when PG'ing Business Accounts these days with GE if you are still seeing much higher approvals and better underwriters for better CLI or if it is really following Personal Credit so much it won't get the huge Auto CLI or huge requested CLI if you are not seeing it on your own personal cards too?

Are GE Business Accounts PG'd almost exclusively TU also?


Thanks for info!


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