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Re: Chase must love me!!!

Way to go, Afbar!

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Re: Chase must love me!!!

both cards are also visa signature...i am so glad i got these now i can work on these cards to gain CLIs on them and see if i can get chase to raise limit on freedom at some point....i mean come on they just gave me $10k in new credit within five days but wont give me a $1000 CLI?!?!?


In my wallet: AMEX Gold; Freedom $1.5k; CSP $5k; Chase United $5k; Discover $2k
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Re: Chase must love me!!!

What is your credit profile like? I'm looking to app for another Chase card soon. Probably Priority Club

AMEX: $0/$25,000, CSP: $0/$6500, Chase Priority Club: $0/$3500, Freedom: $0/$6000, Barclays NFL: $0/$7000 Discover: $0/$14,000, Citi Dividend: $0/$3500

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Re: Chase must love me!!!

It's good a bunch of cards aaa 2 years Utl 50% and scores from 638 and up... And which card you looking for?


In my wallet: AMEX Gold; Freedom $1.5k; CSP $5k; Chase United $5k; Discover $2k
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Re: Chase must love me!!!


afbar1114 wrote:

It's good a bunch of cards aaa 2 years Utl 50% and scores from 638 and up... And which card you looking for?


Wow, 50% utility and mid 600 FICO and you got a $5k approval x2?? Very nice.

I am looking to app for Chase Priority Club in April plus a couple more that I havent decided on. But its probably going to be a Citi card and another AMEX

AMEX: $0/$25,000, CSP: $0/$6500, Chase Priority Club: $0/$3500, Freedom: $0/$6000, Barclays NFL: $0/$7000 Discover: $0/$14,000, Citi Dividend: $0/$3500

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Re: Chase must love me!!!


afbar1114 wrote:

It's good a bunch of cards aaa 2 years Utl 50% and scores from 638 and up... And which card you looking for?


You are right! They must live you! Congrats!

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Revelate wrote:

Mike360 wrote:

So much for afbar staying away from apping. I think soon you might need to get that name changed back to Appbar :smileyhappy:

 


Frankly if I could get approved for a CSP, and/or for the UA card (if I used that airline) I'd apply too.  Hard to find fault with anyone's applying for a card when they're rather wholesale upgrades over the majority of their tradelines. :smileyhappy:

 

Congrats on the most excellent approval afbar!

 


+1

 

Gardening's purpose is to increase one's credit profile to increase one's available options and terms when seeking credit, and should *not* be a means onto itself.  

 

In my view, a good credit score's purpose is to secure credit at favorable market terms, and not as a mythical high number to admire for posterity's sake.  The CSP, especially with the sign up bonus is absolutely worth an inquiry.  In the case of it being a "wholesale upgrade" over existing tradelines, I'd say it's even worth a triple pull, a la Cap One!

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just got my CSP and.....its SOOOOOO nice looking!!!! i cant wait til the first time i use it....


In my wallet: AMEX Gold; Freedom $1.5k; CSP $5k; Chase United $5k; Discover $2k
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@Afbar

Its all shiney and beautiful until after the first use, then it becomes scarface. Lol. Enjoy it man
AMEX: $0/$25,000, CSP: $0/$6500, Chase Priority Club: $0/$3500, Freedom: $0/$6000, Barclays NFL: $0/$7000 Discover: $0/$14,000, Citi Dividend: $0/$3500

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Congrats amazing news very happy for you:smileyhappy:

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