08-15-2013 03:39 AM
I have 4:
Walmart (opened 08/2012) started at 600-1500-3000-now 6000
Dillards (opened 08/2012) started at 300-900-now 3300
Chevron/Texaco card (opened 03/2012) started 400-600-1100, for some reason they havent been too generous to me.
AEO Visa (opened 06/2013) started 2300- no request yet.
08-15-2013 05:34 AM
I have 3.
Walmart Discover - $2000 (Started as Walmart Store card at $125 then increased to $400 then upgraded to Discover)
JC Penney - $2650 (Started at $350 I think)
Care Credit - $6100
08-15-2013 06:07 AM
08-15-2013 06:43 AM
Wally and Sam's Discovers 10K each...
08-15-2013 10:05 AM
I have 4
Walmart - started at 600, now at 3,300.00 in about 10 months
Amazon - started at 600, now at 5,000.00 in about 10 months
Sams Discover - started at 1,800.00, now at 3,500.00 in about 8 months
Old Navy - started at 250, now at 2,050.00 in about 8 months
My limits could be higher but I have kept my requests at a minimum lately because since obtaining these cards, I have gotten better cards and I want the limits to soar on those rather than my GE cards
08-15-2013 10:25 AM
JcP & Wall here, ahd em both for 2 and 1 yrs respectively.
08-17-2013 03:42 PM - edited 08-17-2013 08:01 PM
Banana Republic (2012) $400 to $900 Auto CLI
Dillards (2011) $300
Gap (2009) Started with $800 now $1900 Auto CLI's
JC Penney (2005) Don't remember starting amount. Now at $2,061 was $2,200. Auto CLI to $2400 after carrying a large balance for 2 yrs then PIF.
Lord & Taylor (2012) $650
Lowe's (2011) $500 now $2,500. Asked for increase.
Paypal Smart Con ((2010) $900-$2,100 Auto CLI's
Toys R Us (2012) $300 sp to $800
Walmart 1 (2010) $700 now $1900 Auto CLI's
Walmart 2 (2012) $800 sp to $1K
Amazon (2010) $700 now $2000 Auto CLI's
Sam's Club (2013) $637...still have to go get the card
Looks like I need to start hitting the love button and perhaps using the cards more....
08-17-2013 03:57 PM
Walmart Discover $1,000 to $2,000 then to $4,500
TJX Rewards MC $200 to $2,500
Brooks Brothers store card $1,250 to $1550 to $3550
Lens Crafter $800
Lol. I thought I was the only one who had this card. I closed the account tho. How many times am I really going to buy glasses when I can just use a regular credit card. I had a 1k CL tho.
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