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Re: CL to income question. Who's CL exceeds income

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haha, my total CLs are almost double my annual income and that's not counting my Zync card.  I just bumped my BCP up to 15k today too: ).  You can do it!

 

PS: I also have the inquiries to prove it lol.

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Re: CL to income question. Who's CL exceeds income

My total revolving credit limits are about 2.5x my current income.

 

 Being a poor college student sucks for income, but creditors like students...

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Re: CL to income question. Who's CL exceeds income


flowfaster wrote:

haha, my total CLs are almost double my annual income and that's not counting my Zync card.  I just bumped my BCP up to 15k today too: ).  You can do it!

 

PS: I also have the inquiries to prove it lol.


lol nice so I should try for 16.5k with my BCP? lol


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distantarray wrote:

flowfaster wrote:

haha, my total CLs are almost double my annual income and that's not counting my Zync card.  I just bumped my BCP up to 15k today too: ).  You can do it!

 

PS: I also have the inquiries to prove it lol.


lol nice so I should try for 16.5k with my BCP? lol


Thanks.  Hey I started at 2k 8 months ago with the BCP.  At 61 days I went to 6k and at 8ish months I requested 15k only because it looks cleaner lol.  I would never spend that much anyway.  Hell, I have a 10K walmart store card lol **bleep**.  If you have clean credit the sky is the limit. YMMV :smileywink:

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