10-30-2012 11:50 PM
I,m thinking asking to bump me with another 3k upon card arrival for bt!!!Should i do it or wait 6mo ? Thx
I think you will need to wait 6 months.
Transfer over whatever amount you can get paid off in 6 months. Then after it is paid off request an increase.
10-31-2012 12:03 AM
Ok. Thank you i,ll wait don,t wanna push it To much
Do you have a balance of over $5,000 to transfer?
What are your other cards, when did you open them, what are there limits and balances?
In my case, I had double digit INQs and a credit history about a year long....haha
10-31-2012 10:08 AM
10-31-2012 10:11 AM
Lol....i,m coming soon to the double digit numb ok at the time when i app had 7 inq but in two months period . But Three of those inq was from citi . Couse on a recon call they pull my file again Regardless i fax them a copy of my cr. i have 3 trade lines AU on chase business ink card opened 5yrs 35000cl . One discover more card opened aug 2012 1500cl and amex prg just opened a month ago no pre limit . Actually i dont need credit cards only reason i do this is couse i wanna ref my car with citi . Now my car loan is under my dad company name with citi . But in order take the low % on a 120k car i need some relationship with citi
HUH??? Is that a typo?
10-31-2012 10:21 AM
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