11-21-2013 07:21 AM
I just got my first real big CL, and i was curious if that will change the way other lenders view me for either starting limits on new cards or CLI on exsiting ones?
11-21-2013 08:18 AM
It worked for me but looking at your limits on your FNCU cards I wouldn't hold my breath of matching limits on them for quite some time. But I've been wrong before. Good Luck on whatever happens.
11-21-2013 08:22 AM
Yeah im not asking anyone for anything else anytime soon. Im heading to the garden. But I didnt know if My NFCU limts would come into play if a lender wanted to auto CLI me.
11-21-2013 08:25 AM
11-21-2013 08:28 AM
It should definitely help a lot, showing you can manage those kind of limits. Congrats on having those limits by the way.
11-21-2013 08:42 AM
Thanks, its been a long road back. But this forum has helped so much.
2 years ago I was around a 600 fico average with a low limit limit HSBC and Orchard card.
Needless to say I was shocked at what NFCU approved me for. I was hoping for a 5k card and I would have been super happy with that.
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