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You can get the SP's by looking at your reports with the CB directly. The easiest way is to get your annualcreditreport.com reports. These are pulled directly from the CB and will show HP and SP. Experian is the one you want to look for with Amex.
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I'm in a similar situation and have decided to wait on the CLI. While it would be nice and help overall util a bit, I don't want to push my luck with them. It could be fine, but the high util could be a red flag in combination with your wanting to raise your CL with them. IMO, better to err on the conservative side and not CLI until your util has gone down.
01-01-2013 11:12 PM
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