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Re: CSP increase too soon??

Someone needs to be popped on the hand.  Yes it to soon, and from looks of your sig this is your highest limit card right now. 



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Re: CSP increase too soon??

Because...want to have high CL's. I want to be able to have a 10k limit, 17k, etc. lol. I just feel like 5k is too little to me.

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Re: CSP increase too soon??


zeusta20 wrote:

Because...want to have high CL's. I want to be able to have a 10k limit, 17k, etc. lol. I just feel like 5k is too little to me.


Getting something because you want to have vs what you need especially with credit cards seems a quick way to ruin.

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Lol 

 

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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PaperOrPlastic wrote:

zeusta20 wrote:

Because...want to have high CL's. I want to be able to have a 10k limit, 17k, etc. lol. I just feel like 5k is too little to me.


Getting something because you want to have vs what you need especially with credit cards seems a quick way to ruin.


+1. You have some nice CLs already and the NPSL in case you ever need it. Getting limits that high requires high income and very good credit which takes a long time to build.

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@zeusta - ok, so you don't 'need' it just want it. Haven't you heard the old saying, 'good things happen to those who wait' ?
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zeusta20 wrote:

Because...want to have high CL's. I want to be able to have a 10k limit, 17k, etc. lol. I just feel like 5k is too little to me.



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09Lexie wrote:
Don't encourage her...lol

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