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In September of 2012, I opened a checking/savings/nRewards secured CC.
In December 2012, I app'd for the cashRewards and woke up to the text message that I had been approved with a $3k CL. This was with a 598 EQ score.
In March 2013, I asked for a CL increase and it was declined and honestly, I think I asked for to much.
In April 2013, I asked for a $1k CL increase and took a HP for it.
Last week, I started playing with the luv button and did 4 $500 CL increase requests, all approved. A couple of forum users kept taunting me to ask for a larger amount,citing that the system would counter if I asked for to much.
On the last pull, I asked for $17k and it was countered with $10k. All of these were instant.
My income is $90k.
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