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New Cap 1

I just received my New Platinum Mastercard from Cap 1 with a $500 limit its a start, I letter i received with it saids I am enrolled in the credit steps program, and after the 5th statement i will receive a CL, what kind of CL do they give?


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Re: New Cap 1

Use the card at least once every 30 days, and they'll bump you to $750.  Usually.

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Re: New Cap 1

 

+1 and congrats on your approval

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