12-24-2012 08:18 PM
Yes, they can be under $5,000.
My initial approval for the Flagship Signature was for $3,500.
Ahhh exactly what I was looking for...Thanks!
I guess they have different requirements for siggy limits than many other creditors, which is fine with me .
01-01-2013 06:45 PM
any update on this? Have you got the card in the mail yet?
01-01-2013 06:58 PM
Nope....nothing but my debit card for the checking account
I did was recon from the $2K to $5 so that's a plus. I guess due to the holidays they are moving slow. I got the official approval on Xmas so just a week now. I'm hoping one day this week though!!
Get this, I got approved for a Discover on the Dec 30th. On the 31st they said they were going to fedex me my card so I assume tomorrow or Thursday. So I will probably get the Discover card before I get the NFCU card...LOL! Not that it bothers me but it is just a little bizarre. When I got my DCU card I had it in about 2 or 3 days, but like I said it could all be due to 2 holidays running together like this.
I'll update when I get it.
01-01-2013 07:07 PM
awesome...well, congrats on your approvals. Look forward to find out which card they send you. Either way, you got the CLI!
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