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Jake0215
Posts: 260
Registered: ‎11-10-2011

Re: JP Morgan Select Reporting Question


SanjeevR wrote:
Well, I took the plunge anyway! Sure hope it doesn't report!
Approved? Cl? I think you're fine. The vast majority of ppl don't seem to have a problem.

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Current Score: EQ 767 TU 769 EX 749 (all FICO but who really knows?)
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SanjeevR
Posts: 121
Registered: ‎01-10-2012

JP Morgan Select Approved

Thought I'd share the news. Approved for $30,000 limit. Chase has been so good to me!

March 2012 - Chase gave me my first big boy limit. Approved for United Mileage Explorer card with $10,000 limit. (Prior to that my highest limit was a Juniper card at $4,000 and my Amex PRG.) A week later, I realized that the Sapphire Preferred is actually a much better card (currently my go to card). Applied and approved for $5,000 limit.

May - shifted $5,000 to Sapphire Preferred from United card.

July - applied for CLI on CSP, approved for $20,000 limit.

Today - applied an approved for $30,000 limit on JP Morgan Select. My highest limit yet!

FYI, FICO scores in sig are current. AAOA is 6 years, no baddies whatsoever.

Many thanks to the FICO community. The stuff learned here is invaluable!!!
Starting scores: Around 630 (Sep 2011)
Current FICO scores: TU ‘08 792 (Walmart) • EQ 765 • EX 771 (Amex)
Prime cards: JP Morgan Select (30K) • HHonors Reserve (30K) • Chase United MileagePlus Explorer (20K) • Chase Sapphire Preferred (20K) • Amex Hilton Honors Surpass (20K) • Amex BCP (20K) • Barclay Ring (20K) • Citi Thank You Premier MC/Visa (16K Combined) • Discover Escape (10K) • Amex SPG (5K) • Amex Premier Rewards Gold • US Bank Cash+ (5K+???)
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SanjeevR
Posts: 121
Registered: ‎01-10-2012

Re: JP Morgan Select Reporting Question

Yes, Jake, approved for $30,000. Gotta love Chase!
My AAOA and number of cards can take the hit without a problem. But, it would be nice if the tradeline is indeed hidden!
Starting scores: Around 630 (Sep 2011)
Current FICO scores: TU ‘08 792 (Walmart) • EQ 765 • EX 771 (Amex)
Prime cards: JP Morgan Select (30K) • HHonors Reserve (30K) • Chase United MileagePlus Explorer (20K) • Chase Sapphire Preferred (20K) • Amex Hilton Honors Surpass (20K) • Amex BCP (20K) • Barclay Ring (20K) • Citi Thank You Premier MC/Visa (16K Combined) • Discover Escape (10K) • Amex SPG (5K) • Amex Premier Rewards Gold • US Bank Cash+ (5K+???)
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nada9188
Posts: 251
Registered: ‎11-27-2011

Re: JP Morgan Select Approved

Those are nice limits. What income did you claim?
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CreditScholar
Posts: 2,277
Registered: ‎01-22-2012

Re: JP Morgan Select Approved

How difficult was it to move your CLs around? I'm thinking about applying for a hotel card soon (Hyatt or Ritz), but I won't need the CL I'll likely get. If transferring CLs isn't too difficult, I might do this sooner rather than later.

FICOs: EX: 826, EQ: 817, TU: 810
Bank of America Privileges with Travel Rewards Visa Signature - $23,200 CL
Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature - $12,700 CL
Chase United MileagePlus Club World Elite MasterCard - $26,500 CL
Citibank American Airlines Executive World Elite MasterCard - $22,500 CL
J.P. Morgan Ritz Carlton Visa Signature - $23,500 CL
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jsucool76
Posts: 2,768
Registered: ‎12-11-2011

Re: JP Morgan Select Approved

Congrats, can't wait till I get on that level. :smileyvery-happy: 

Wallet: Capital One Cash Rewards 3500CL, Wells Fargo Cash Back College Visa: 900CL, Paypal Smart Connect: 1286CL, Walmart Discover: 2000CL, UPromise Mastercard: 1000CL, Chase Slate: 500CL, Discover IT: 1500CL, Citi Forward: 1500CL, Bank Of America Student Travel Rewards: 700CL
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MsLadyRover
Posts: 2,207
Registered: ‎03-14-2012

Re: JP Morgan Select Approved

Awesome approval! Congrats!



Starting Score: 639 (Walmart TU)
Current Score: TU 688 (myFICO) EX 699 EQ 660 (myFICO)
Goal Score: 700 Across the Board (Mortgage Goal Achieved 1/31/2012!)

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swpopham
Posts: 536
Registered: ‎06-02-2012

Re: JP Morgan Select Reporting Question

Just got off the phone with cs and they say its the csp reporting and not the palladium card. I guess that settles that argument I will say I am glad I was wrong. On that, oh good job on the 30k line, you had to top us!
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CruzImperial
Posts: 863
Registered: ‎07-04-2012

Re: JP Morgan Select Approved

Wow those limits are reaching the sky so high lol grats!

Fico Scores: . Walmart TU 748 . App free since Aug 2013 .

Cap One Journey 500 | Discover IT 1k | GE Home Design 5.6k | GE HHGREGG 5k | Amex Zync NPSL | Amex BCE 6k | Citi Forward 4.2k | Citi Dividend 3k | GE BrandsMart 1k | GE Lowes 8.5k | Discover Walmart 6k | Barclays Apple 2.5k | BoA CR 800 | CSP 7.2k
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MustangSaluki
Posts: 202
Registered: ‎07-07-2008

Re: JP Morgan Select Reporting Question


swpopham wrote:
Just got off the phone with cs and they say its the csp reporting and not the palladium card. I guess that settles that argument I will say I am glad I was wrong. On that, oh good job on the 30k line, you had to top us!

Thanks for clearing that up. 

 

Congrats Sanjeev :smileyhappy:


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