11-08-2012 05:53 AM - edited 11-08-2012 03:21 PM
Well, I almost made it to 6months without applying for any more credit cards. However, a few weeks ago I received a couple offers that I could not refuse. I have now rounded out my credit card portfolio and am done until next year. I was approved for the following cards and increases yesterday....
USAA Rewards AMEX- 10k limit and 12.9% apr (This is my first card with USAA and really wanted to get my foot in the door with them as my wife has been a member for years and loves them! They had pre-approved me for this card and it was listed under my offers on their website. We also just signed up for our car insurance through USAA.)
Partner's Fd Credit Union Platinum Visa- 10k and 8.99% fixed APR (Was looking for a low interest credit card to round out my wallet and am glad I pulled the trigger on this one.)
Other cards that I have and received credit increases are:
Amex Blue Cash Preferred- 2k limit raised to 6k
Chase Sapphire Preferred- 5700k limit increased to 6800k (they automatically raised my limit to compete with Amex CL increase.)
Other cards in wallet:
Discover More- 5500 limit Opened 2011
AMEX Zinc- NPSL (max spend achieved 6k) Opened 2010
Chase Business Ink Classic- 5k limit Opened 07/12
Cap One Cash Rewards- Limit of 750 (PC in June, opened since 2010.)
Have a great day everyone!
11-08-2012 05:54 AM
Hope to get a decent starting CL w/ USAA World MC when I finally decide to app for it. I've been a full-member for 15 years, and have never had a credit or LOC product from them
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