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Posts: 54
Registered: ‎12-30-2016

Cap1 Line Increase

My very first increase since rebuilding my credit! 

 

Platinum: $500>$1000

Quicksilver One: $1000>$1100

 

I only had the Quicksilver for about 3 months and it's my highest limit right now. Still, I'm happy I was able to see APPROVED!

Starting Score: EX 655, TU 583, EQ 598
Current Score: EX 651, TU 662, EQ 640
Goal Score: 700s
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Posts: 1,715
Registered: ‎11-20-2016

Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Very nice. Congrats. CapOne has been tightening up on CLIs lately too, so this is worth a double congrats. Smiley Happy
FICO 08: TU= 786 (May) EQ= 774 (May) EX= 706 (May) Recent Approvals:Huntington Voice $12k/Amex PRG-NPSL Favorites: Discover It, USB Cash+, Amex PRG
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Posts: 1,178
Registered: ‎01-19-2015

Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Congrats on your increase..especially with C1...way to go..!!

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FICO 8 Scores EX 714(15) EQ 670(15)TU 702(17) AAOA 3.0yrs TCL=147,850
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Posts: 506
Registered: ‎02-12-2017

Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Congratulations on you CapOne increases nice job OP!
Senior Contributor
Posts: 7,270
Registered: ‎04-23-2016

Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Good jobSmiley Happy and your offSmiley Wink
New Contributor
Posts: 54
Registered: ‎12-30-2016
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Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Thanks, everyone. I'm excited. I feel like I've accomplished something lol

Starting Score: EX 655, TU 583, EQ 598
Current Score: EX 651, TU 662, EQ 640
Goal Score: 700s
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Posts: 2,644
Registered: ‎11-21-2013

Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Nice work. Congrats

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Registered: ‎04-20-2017
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Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Yayyy hooray 🤗
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Registered: ‎01-15-2017
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Re: Cap1 Line Increase

Since the Cap 1 clamp  down this is very very good. Plenty no increases going on. 

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