10-09-2012 05:41 PM
Going from $750 to 10k with cap1, who is ULTRA conservative, IM just having a hard time believing. But if its true, Congrats. Never heard of a CLI with Cap1 that big.....
10-09-2012 06:23 PM
I may be wrong but I always thought the max CL for a non-prime cap1 card was 3k but who knows with them
the maximum initial CL is 3k. With credit steps it can go up to $3500 (which will happen to me) and if they give you CLIs it can go up as high as they let you.
10-09-2012 06:32 PM
+1 full of ***
I am not so quick to jump on that as CapOne did the same increase to my "Business Platinum" card through the Executive Office. However, I have 3 other cards with $10k limits but am not afraid to admit Chase only gave me $2,500 on my Freedom card....
10-09-2012 06:35 PM
dang you must be one hell of a lucky guy with CLI's
two cards $15k to $20k CLI through NFCU w/ frozen reports after being denied a month prior.. i'm smelling a troll
***edit to delete mention of post since it was probably killed by mods***
U can smell a troll again after I mention to you that those cards are at 22k now each , still with frozen reports !!!! now u can start drooling.
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