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Re: GOTTA be a typo, LOL!!!!


thom02099 wrote:

CreditEd wrote:

What do you suppose is the correct balance, 100,000? Have you called or checked the website to see if the electronic account info is consistent? AMEX is good for giving NPSLs right? An NPSL at least in theory should be worth even more.... 

 

Make sure that you go out and get a bottole of Champaigne...


I checked my Clear account, it does show the $10K credit limit, which is what I had expected it to show. :smileytongue:

 


Darn...I was planning to hit u up for a loan...oh well...


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Queue  Bruno Mars....


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Re: GOTTA be a typo, LOL!!!!


JonStur wrote:

thom02099 wrote:

CreditEd wrote:

What do you suppose is the correct balance, 100,000? Have you called or checked the website to see if the electronic account info is consistent? AMEX is good for giving NPSLs right? An NPSL at least in theory should be worth even more.... 

 

Make sure that you go out and get a bottole of Champaigne...


I checked my Clear account, it does show the $10K credit limit, which is what I had expected it to show. :smileytongue:

 


Darn...I was planning to hit u up for a loan...oh well...


i wonder what interest rate he'd give you!

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Re: GOTTA be a typo, LOL!!!!

Can't wait to see if they report it as $1m. Who knows, the department that generated the email could be providing the data that is sent to the bureaus. Make sure you update us OP!

 

On a side note, I thought limits in excess of $50k were not counted towards the rest of your limits, nor were the balances counted, meaning a high CL account is worth nothing to your actual UTIL numbers? I could be wrong, as I don't actually have any such limits myself, but remember reading it :smileyhappy:

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cardslayer wrote:

Can't wait to see if they report it as $1m. Who knows, the department that generated the email could be providing the data that is sent to the bureaus. Make sure you update us OP!

 

On a side note, I thought limits in excess of $50k were not counted towards the rest of your limits, nor were the balances counted, meaning a high CL account is worth nothing to your actual UTIL numbers? I could be wrong, as I don't actually have any such limits myself, but remember reading it :smileyhappy:


There's a limit on some revolving accounts (lines of credit specifically) that kicks in around the $35K mark where they are counted as installment loans instead of revolving accounts.  I don't know if this applies as well to credit cards, limits north of 25K are pretty rare, and north of 30K are like finding a wildebeast in downtown Los Angeles.

 

There are a few people on this forum who may have a limit north of 35K on one of their credit cards, will be interesting to see if they post on this topic specifically.

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Way too much luv on these here forums... I am somewhat uncomfortable with excessive displays of emotions :smileysurprised:

 

Webs!   Pull my finger!  :smileylol:

 

 

Feel betta?  :smileywink:  :smileylol:


 

Yes omg much better!!

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Congrats on your CL of $1,000,000!    OK,, I know there's is a typo, but how often will I get to type that in?   Would be interesting if it reported that way.  Talk about a util changer!



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Congrats on your CL of $1,000,000!    OK,, I know there's is a typo, but how often will I get to type that in?   Would be interesting if it reported that way.  Talk about a util changer!


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