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Is it normal for cards to N/A? is it temporary?

I've been approved for a lot of credit usually, and while I don't have unlimited access to my fico and credit reports, I do check credit Karma to get a decent idea where my credit it headed, and things like utilization.

 

Howver there have been a couple of times, when it says a new credit account has been addeded, it says credit limit N/A. This is one cards that definetly have a credit limit, like my chase freedom.

 

Is there something I should do? Will eventually report?

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Re: Is it normal for cards to N/A? is it temporary?

Whenever a new account posts on my ck i get two updates. A new account has been added, and then the limit on an account has increased. So i would say it is just temporary until ck gets info on limit.
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