07-18-2007 05:47 PM
07-18-2007 05:55 PM
I think that's part of the bittersweet misery you have to go through before you see the increase in your limit.... just kidding, it should be reflected by tonight or tomorrow. They're pretty quick about it, from my experience. Oh yeah, congrats to ya for the increase! Great day it is! (Side note: I just got approved for a US Bank CLI! WOO!) Yay to us!
07-18-2007 06:09 PM
04-20-2014 06:28 PM
Jman wrote:question about amex credit cards. For example, stating an HHI of $40,000 and having 3 cards. "A" has a cl of $20000, "B" has $10000 and "C" has $5000 equals to $35000 total credit limit with AMEX. Can I surpass $40000 worth of credit limit or have to stay below of my income.
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