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Capital One, Orchard Bank & Best Buy.

I am currently in the process of rebuilding and my current credit cards are Capital One ($500, opened in 2007), Orchard Bank ($300, opened in 2009) and Best Buy store card ($1300, opened in 2007).


Now that Capital One owns all 3... once I bring my scores up a bit, do you think it'd be reasonable to ask for a CLI to match at least Best Buys?? I know it's just a store card, but I've had it for almost 6 years and no lates whatsoever. I have one 30 day late on the Capital One and a few lates on Orchard Bank. I had one CLI on the Best Buy card, I can't remember the amount though.


Just an idea :smileyhappy:

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Re: Capital One, Orchard Bank & Best Buy.

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Re: Capital One, Orchard Bank & Best Buy.

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Sounds like a skit from "The great Carnac" from the tonight show
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