08-06-2013 04:19 AM
I'm making about $20,000 a year, and looking to apply for a couple of cards next month (Chase Freedom and US Bank's REI Visa). But I noticed I was turned down for CLI for my Walmart card and my Amazon.com Store Card after being asked my income. It's month four, do they think my income is too low?
I also have ~$5500 in student loans in deferment, are they holding that against me?
08-06-2013 05:30 AM
08-06-2013 05:35 AM
My current (overall) util is at 29%. Is that too high? I've had the GE cards for five months, maybe I just have to wait for that statement to cut.
08-06-2013 05:44 AM
I haven't called a generic GE line. I did call the Amazon.com Store Card line to ask for the CLI.
08-06-2013 05:44 AM
08-06-2013 05:59 AM
My cards are:
Walmart Store Card: $600
Amazon Store Card: $1200
Amazon.com Visa: $500
Discover It: $650
My TU score from last month is 709.
Thanks for the help. I run a little bit more than my annual income suggests, because my parents don't have credit cards, and with reimbursed school expenses and things.
08-06-2013 07:12 AM
08-06-2013 07:19 AM
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