01-04-2013 03:41 PM
Applied for Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Ink Bold today. Sapphire was instant approval. Ink Bold needed further processing, but I called the business recon line and they were able to push the application through after asking a few questions.
Initial CL on Sapphire is $29,700. I was pleasantly surprised by that because Chase only gave me $5500 on my Freedom when I applied last April, and that is where it still sits. This is now my highest CL, exceeding my previous highest limit which was my Amex SPG at $27K.
Scores in signature aren't necessarily correct. My TU and EX scores are old, and I paid my utilization down further since my last EQ update. I canceled Score Watch so I don't really know what my current EQ is, but I would guess that EQ is back up near 700, probably a little bit shy of that, which typically means my TU is at or above 700 and EX is around 740. But I'm guessing.
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01-05-2013 01:57 AM
Congrats! Great CL on the CSP.
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