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How is the CSP reported to the CRA's?

HI all,

 

Just wondering if the CSP is reported to the cra's as the total limit on the card or is it report as npsl?

 

Thanks in advance

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Re: How is the CSP reported to the CRA's?

Limit is reported.


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Re: How is the CSP reported to the CRA's?

Nice to know. That just made my night. Thanks again

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Re: How is the CSP reported to the CRA's?

Saw the other poster responded but just wanted to chime in. The limit is reported.

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Re: How is the CSP reported to the CRA's?

i second or thrid or forth that...but what ever number it is it does report as does Chase's United MileagePlus Explorer card. both reported a $5k limit....i am hoping this helps me with CLI's 


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