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Registered: ‎02-21-2008
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BOFA Rocks!

  • Enjoy 1.99% promotional APR1 on balance transfers through your statement closing date in April 2009
  • Get more spending power—your credit line has been increased to $67,500
  • Lower your overall monthly payments by consolidating into one

Since you already have a Bank of America MasterCard® account, it's quick and easy to transfer balances. Just select 'Transfer Now' and start saving.

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Registered: ‎09-06-2008
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Re: BOFA Rocks!

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67.5K SWEET! you can pretty much run your own business with that kind of CL Smiley Happy

Message Edited by SnowWalker on 10-03-2008 02:36 PM
Looking to get back into 700s club by scratch that about 2012 maybe even 2010 Smiley Happy faster than I had thought. aiming for $10,000 Credit Card by 2010 as well ! as of 9/15/08 EX 662 EQ 681 TU 662
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Registered: ‎05-22-2008
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Re: BOFA Rocks!

$67500 credit line??!?!

 

So that's what you get with the 800+ scores Smiley Very Happy

Goal: acquire and use Credit Cards, scores in the 700's in 2009
05/04/08 FICOS: EQ = 626; TU = 636: EX = 623
06/21/09 FICOS: EQ = 692; TU = 729; EX = 731 (CCT FAKO)
10/03/11 FICO EQ = 722 (CCT EQ = 749)
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Re: BOFA Rocks!


n2win wrote:

$67500 credit line??!?!

 

So that's what you get with the 800+ scores Smiley Very Happy


 

Add a healthy amount of income and mix well. Serve chilled, neat!
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Re: BOFA Rocks!

They just changed it overnight

 

Low APR1

Offer ID: CL3MWM369
Start Saving Today

Consolidate high-interest balances at a promotional rate of 0.00%. This offer applies to qualifying balances through your statement closing date in September 2009.

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Registered: ‎07-28-2008
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Re: BOFA Rocks!

Agreed.

 

That's a lovely CL. No surprise here as BOA is very generous. Currently, my highest line with them is 18K on my acclerated rewards Amex. I have the card less than two months!!

786 FICO Score as of June 2016

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Re: BOFA Rocks!

I'm surprised BOFA doesn't require documentations of some sort. I used the luv button and left the amount requested Smiley Happyblank. I have a Merrill Lynch card at 30K I was told I can merge the 2 into one. My BOFA rate is fixed at 5.9, while ML is fixed at 9.9

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