12-27-2012 04:28 PM
2000 $ to start....
did you app for your freedom thanksgiving day?
|Current: Discover Fico 701 3/15 Walmart Fico 684 1/15|
Inquiries (24 Months): EQ 5 TU 1 EX 1 | Most Recent: 03/23/2015
15% right now, but going up soon
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Citi Diamond Preferred$6000
12-27-2012 04:37 PM
2000 CL on my Discover..... I do not have a chase....
12-27-2012 07:49 PM
Paid down your utiliti down would increase some more points there.
I would go for amex green.
Discover and Chase. Apps them all then garden i guess.
I found it weird when i request my capital one mutiple times and they wont budge me a pennie for my credit limit increase but after 2 months new account like Discover,Amex report. They increase me from 500 to 2k. One day waiting before executive call me.
12-27-2012 08:12 PM
12-28-2012 01:04 PM
Thanks everyone for your advice. I just sent an e-mail to the executive office for Capital One this morning. A few hours later I recieved a phone call from the Executive Office. The rep stated they should be able to expand my credit limit and give me rewards on my current card. So, I will hold and see what comes of the request. If nothing comes to pass with Capital One, I am moving them to the sock drawer. I'll let you all know what happens.
12-29-2012 11:58 PM
One more question...Will my one late utility payment even factor in when getting a revolver?
12-31-2012 02:04 PM
So, I took the plunge and went on an App spree and got the following:
1.) Capital One to increase my limit 1k
2.) AMEX Green Charge Card
3.) Discover IT (6k limit!!)
Thanks for the advice everyone!
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