02-28-2011 09:22 PM - edited 02-28-2011 09:23 PM
still at 1500 with crappy gold. i always wonder about those who have 3k+ rzmc cards, or those who received large increases with them. what is their credit profile like?
02-28-2011 09:29 PM
no increase either, had my card for exactly a year too, started at $500 and still at $500 I have the no AF gold card. never carried a balance and used the card once a month for gas and one time made a purchase for $350 at bestbuy and paid it in full that statement cut.
03-01-2011 04:56 AM
Just went from 300 to 700. Had my card for 1 year. My activity varied, from PIF to carrying a small balance. My card is the Gold with no annual fee so I wanted to make them happy in some regard.
I was going to close them this month too. With no annual fee and this cli I really don't have a reason to close them now.
03-01-2011 06:11 AM
I've had both the HSBC Plat Card and BBRZMC for about a year. About 6 months ago, I got a measly $100 CLI on the Plat card to $400, and have gotten absolutely nothing on the BBRZMC with a $500 limit. I've pumped about $2400 through the HSBC card PIF every month, and I've pumped about $4000 through the BBRZMC and PIF in every month.
03-01-2011 04:25 AM - last edited on 03-01-2011 07:53 AM by MarineVietVet
After 5 years to the day....with an initial CL of $500, and maxing the card and paying it off every month with no lates Best Buy Rewardzone MC just gave me a $200 CLI out of the blue, Ive tried to get a CLI for YEARS, and now they give a small one with out asking ........ LMAO....I wonder if it will take another 5 years to get another 200 bucks LOL.
Was it the five years or did anyone else get one?
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