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Re: Discover CLI

Congrats!!!! Just got a Motiva recently! Looking forward to bldg a relationship w Amex :-)
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Re: Discover CLI

I mean Discover* lol.
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Re: Discover CLI

Love discover. Congratulations

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Re: Discover CLI

Just keeping using the card and trying paying in full... I opened a more card back in nov as well and they gave me a credit limit of 1,000....they increased me this month to 15,000...I love discover
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Re: Discover CLI

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Congrats!!

 

Discover is definitely one my favorite to do business with. When I opened my account with them in Jan of this year they gave me a $1,000 limit. In April they auto CLI me to $1250 In July I requested a CLI and they bumped me to $5,000 via SP, then in September they auto CLI me to $5,250. Just a couple of days ago they auto CLI me again to $6,000. I have always paid in full every month.

 

I think Discover wants to keep their limit close to what my Amex is.

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Re: Discover CLI


MrAnonymous wrote:

Congrats!!

 

Discover is definitely one my favorite to do business with. When I opened my account with them in Jan of this year they gave me a $1,000 limit. In April they auto CLI me to $1250 In July I requested a CLI and they bumped me to $5,000 via SP, then in September they auto CLI me to $5,250. Just a couple of days ago they auto CLI me again to $6,000. I have always paid in full every month.

 

I think Discover wants to keep their limit close to what my Amex is.


Is it true that Discover has been playing catch up with your Amex BCE? Looks like both of your cards are at $6K now.

 

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Re: Discover CLI

Congrats. Discover has been a tough nut for me to crack. Member since 2001, I put a fair amount of volume through the card every month, pay in full, and for all that I have just a $1,500 credit limit. My TU FICO has held steady at 720-730 for most if not all of 2012. If it weren't for (1) having this card raises my AAoA significantly and (2) I don't pay a fee on the card, I would dump this card immediately. It does very little to justify being in my house, much less to justify being in my wallet.


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Re: Discover CLI

Discover has been a good joint credit card for us. We started out around $5ooo. and they have auto increased us to $9400 in about  two years.

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Re: Discover CLI

Congrats

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Re: Discover CLI


Credit314 wrote:

Congrats


Congrats too!!

 

Just got an increase to 9k from 4.5 for my Discover Credit Card thru an analyst.  I got the increase thru a CSR which said my my app would need further review. A british speaking guy was interrogating me about my income and mortgage for twenty minutes lol.

 

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