08-13-2012 04:15 AM
08-13-2012 11:49 AM
it has taken you 5 years to get $14,000.00 cl in one year i have $6000.00 by next year ill have reached max,when you have multiple ge cards there going to get multiple request,maybe that other post your talking about tried every week lol,note they base it on your credit report,I make $103,000.00 ayear,my credit utl is never over 3 or 4 percent,based on what i have seen they have no problem giving credit to someone with good credit,also each one of my ge cards has received auto cli,I have ask for cli,got it and 1 month later bam they give me auto cli,once my cards hits a certain limit like lowes at $10,000.00 in 8 months i dont ask no more for that card,chevron has hit max so guess what no more cli request,to be honest walmart at $6000.00 is high enough,who can spend that much at walmart,lol,but i do under stand what you are saying have a great day
What is the max on Walmart?
08-13-2012 06:47 PM
I cannot imagine spending 20k at Old Navy in the course of a year.
But I would love that extra util. space!
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