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how do you had them increase from 1250 to 6k ????what did you tell them ????? 


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how do you had them increase from 1250 to 6k ????what did you tell them ????? 


I suppose the conversation would start out like this: "I'm rich b****!!" hehe :smileyvery-happy:

 

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maiden_girl wrote:

nicholasyud wrote:

how do you had them increase from 1250 to 6k ????what did you tell them ????? 


I suppose the conversation would start out like this: "I'm rich b****!!" hehe :smileyvery-happy:

 

NICE INCREASE!

 


Probably so :smileyhappy:


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They saw my usage and credit limits on other cards.... This month boa raised me from 17.5k to 26k... I ran almost 50-75k though them.. I charge a lot mostly for business... That's why guys... I'm gardening now I swear I'm maxed with what's banks will give me... They keep asking now why u want more credit..cus report always says 0 balance...lol


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40k annual spending on a credit card should grant you any kind of credit limit you want lol


lol true enough


I don't know if I'd go that far. 40k in annual spending isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things.

40k annual spending on just ONE of your cards is quite a bit. 

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congrats!  Thats a nice limit from Discover :smileyhappy:


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wow... they really like to budge the limit haha

 

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congrats thats awesome news.

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jsucool76 wrote:

CreditScholar wrote:

distantarray wrote:

 


HiLine wrote:

40k annual spending on a credit card should grant you any kind of credit limit you want lol


lol true enough


I don't know if I'd go that far. 40k in annual spending isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things.

40k annual spending on just ONE of your cards is quite a bit. 


I think my response was primarily aimed towards the comments above. I've pushed through about 100k in personal spending through my United card so far this year, but I wouldn't think for one second that I deserve any kind of credit limit I want.

 

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CreditScholar wrote:

jsucool76 wrote:

CreditScholar wrote:

distantarray wrote:

 


HiLine wrote:

40k annual spending on a credit card should grant you any kind of credit limit you want lol


lol true enough


I don't know if I'd go that far. 40k in annual spending isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things.

40k annual spending on just ONE of your cards is quite a bit. 


I think my response was primarily aimed towards the comments above. I've pushed through about 100k in personal spending through my United card so far this year, but I wouldn't think for one second that I deserve any kind of credit limit I want.

 


 

I would say 25k is a gigantic credit limit, but if you have a realistic need for a higher limit you could give them a call and see what happens. 

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