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B of A Cash Rewards - Visa Signature Question

I received a Visa Signature B of A card about a year ago and it did not report my credit limit or my utilization.  I was fine with that especially after receiving  0% on balance transfers.  All of the sudden I got an alert a few days ago that the card is now reporting the limit and utilization. 

 

Has this happened to any of you???  If so, does anyone know the reasoning behind the change?

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Re: B of A Cash Rewards - Visa Signature Question

 BoA has started reporting the limit on the siggy cards. I think enough people complained about it not being reported so they changed their policy.


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