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How long to app for csp?

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Frequent Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?

Csp was my first 5k card. But I had a long aaoa and some old accounts so that probably helped that being said they like to match in general keep that in mind. With a bunch of new I'd wait 6-12 months then you might get a better starting limit.
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Frequent Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?

Okay. I'll try to hold off for 6 months. I really need it at least by September because I know I will be traveling a lot. Fingers crossed
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Mega Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?


Lambo23 wrote:
Okay. I'll try to hold off for 6 months. I really need it at least by September because I know I will be traveling a lot. Fingers crossed

Good luck to you!!! Also when you app for CSP as another poster mentioned try to get a CLI on the freedom off of the same HP!




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Frequent Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?

Thank you !
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Moderator Emerita

Re: How long to app for csp?

Also, it's been suggested to apply in a branch. The sign up offers are/can be better. Good luck!
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Frequent Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?

Thanks! I was planning on doing so! What if I need to recon? Call after I leave the branch? How does that work lol
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Moderator Emerita

Re: How long to app for csp?

Hopefully you won't have to! Just in case, have your cell ready!
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Super Contributor

Re: How long to app for csp?

best of luck!

i think you will be fine in 6-12 months. no need to worry.

just don't owe high balances and drag that on Smiley Tongue

 

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