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Registered: ‎08-13-2008
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Re: Credit Lines Dropping?!?!?!

Merrick Bank closed my $0 BL visa card without no warning.It's a sign of the times, just hope this recession ends soon as I've just started to improve my scores then this sh*t happens.


Starting Score: 8/2008 521
Current Score: 734
Highest Ever: 4/2009 759
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Registered: ‎08-27-2007
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Re: Credit Lines Dropping?!?!?!

in about the past year

 

amex 2k to 500

chase 5k to 4k

citi 1k to 500

boa 15k to 14.1k

 

and today national city 13.5k to 11k

 

several of these are now maxed out due to being cut just above the balance. oh well.

 

good luck getting yours back!

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Registered: ‎12-13-2008
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Re: Credit Lines Dropping?!?!?!

In the last 4 months:

 

Citibank CLI from $4,000 to $5,400

CapOne CLI from $500 to $800

Target CLD from $1,500 to $1,300

 

 

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