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Smiley Happy So would it be possible to apply by January '14 when all my accounts are over 6 months? Also, my BCE will likely only be at the $3,000 limit so that might be a hindrance correct?

 


Chase likes to see a history at 5K sorry

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Yeah I was thinking about that 5k issue. Well I will hope to bring up my limits over 5k in the mean time! Thanks everyone for your respones!

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acb5456 wrote:

Smiley Happy So would it be possible to apply by January '14 when all my accounts are over 6 months? Also, my BCE will likely only be at the $3,000 limit so that might be a hindrance correct?

 


The longer the history, the better your chances.  More history enables the lender to fairly evaluate your approval odds and proper CL assignment (given other variables as well).  So, if you are in no hurry, then July 2014 is really but only 11 months away.  Keep in mind you have recently opened a lot of new TLs.

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This thread was cover for someone else to app ..Conspiracy I see Smiley Sad

 

 

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but if OP can get his BCE to 6K by then (hypothetical scenario), then he should be OK? no?


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acb5456 wrote:

Smiley Happy So would it be possible to apply by January '14 when all my accounts are over 6 months? Also, my BCE will likely only be at the $3,000 limit so that might be a hindrance correct?

 


Chase likes to see a history at 5K sorry


 



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djc1puno wrote:

but if OP can get his BCE to 6K by then (hypothetical scenario), then he should be OK? no?


myjourney wrote:

acb5456 wrote:

Smiley Happy So would it be possible to apply by January '14 when all my accounts are over 6 months? Also, my BCE will likely only be at the $3,000 limit so that might be a hindrance correct?

 


Chase likes to see a history at 5K sorry


 


You don't exactly need a card that already has 5k CL.

It will help, but not necessary.

If you have a CR and income that supports a 5k CL, they will still give it to you.

 

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djc1puno wrote:

but if OP can get his BCE to 6K by then (hypothetical scenario), then he should be OK? no?


myjourney wrote:

acb5456 wrote:

Smiley Happy So would it be possible to apply by January '14 when all my accounts are over 6 months? Also, my BCE will likely only be at the $3,000 limit so that might be a hindrance correct?

 


Chase likes to see a history at 5K sorry


 


I have seen a few cases the gave someone their 1st 5K line but rare

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