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Re: Credit Limit Increases-SP's


eddie84 wrote:

Griselle wrote:

It just seems like every other lendor basically throws money at me lol 


And that's a good thing! :smileytongue: Discover gave me 7.5k to start with so I can't really complain.


Yeah, it seems they start a select few with a decent limit and everyone else gets pennies...not sure what their algorithym is either. 

American Express Blue Sky- 14,000 | BOA 123 Rewards- 12,000 | Chase Freedom- 7,000 | Chase Saphire Preferred- 7,000 | Best Buy Store Card- 2,400 | Discover More- 1,900

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Congrats on the increases!! I love SP's. I have been on a roll this month too....I will post mine below from a thread I posted earlier this month......

 

 

Boa 99/500 - from 500.00 partially secured to 5,000.00 Visa Signature (they used a prior hp so this one was no pull at all)

Old Navy  - from 1050.00 to 2050.00 (pressed love button) (SP)

FNBO Amex  - from 6,000.00 to 8,500.00  (no pull at all) 

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Amex Blue Sky 7.2k | Amex BCE 13.1k | Citi Diamond Preferred 10.2k | CSP 5k | Bofa Cash 9k | Boa Travel 10k | Discover More 3k | Chase SW 5k | Wal-Mart 3.3k | Amazon 5k | Old Navy Visa 5k | Shell 1200 | BP 400 | VS 1500 | Sam's Discover 8.5k | FNBO Amex 16k | Chase Freedom 1.3k | Home Depot 5k | Brylane Homes 1600 | BML 2820

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Those are some awesome increases!!! Especially the graduation of your BOA secured card!!! Congrats!!
American Express Blue Sky- 14,000 | BOA 123 Rewards- 12,000 | Chase Freedom- 7,000 | Chase Saphire Preferred- 7,000 | Best Buy Store Card- 2,400 | Discover More- 1,900

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Vpae, my reports are frozen so I figured if they needed a Hp it would at least give me an opportunity to withdraw my request when they contacted me asking for the pin. The link is now available on your homepage under your balance information. Just fill out all the details. If it would make you feel more comfortable, just freeze your reports first :smileyhappy:
American Express Blue Sky- 14,000 | BOA 123 Rewards- 12,000 | Chase Freedom- 7,000 | Chase Saphire Preferred- 7,000 | Best Buy Store Card- 2,400 | Discover More- 1,900

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Thanks for the follow up, I'll have to look int it!
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