05-22-2010 04:53 PM
Ok, enough off-topic Any advice on PNC, 5/3 Bank or BBVA Compass?
I have the PNC card with $7500 CL. Got it March 2009 I think. They pulled TU for me when I got it. No experience with their customer service or CLI request. It's nice if you have a checking account with them (I do) because you can get VISA Extras rewards for using it.
05-23-2010 05:28 AM
I don't know about the others but PNC was the first credit card I got since DMP. The also offered me a 0% no fee BT for 15 month and they actually just sent me a check which I used to PIF my 2 remaining non-DMP accounts. It was in relaltity a 15 month no fee cash advance. I still have the CL (10k) I started with so I can't speak for their CLI policy. They pulled TU for me.
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