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KeystoneKutie87 wrote:I've wanted this card for years, but everytime I applied I was denied because I wasn't managing my credit correctly. Well I stopped applying for quite some time and then decided to give it a go again tonight on their website. I guess since I'm in the process of whipping myself and my credit into shape (stopping useless inq's and paying down my debt) I was approved for whopping, get this, $150 CL. (edited). I mean, in AE what is that gonna get me? I pair a pair of undies and a belt? But I guess that part doesn't really matter, because I'm using this card purely for rebuilding my credit (as if I have any other choice with my current CL, lol.)So... long story short, is there anyone here who has an AE card or any card through GEMB? How are they with CLIs? Generous? Stingy? Average?Thanks in advance!!
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