07-18-2012 04:43 PM
Just spoke to CS, got 5k. My highest limit (behind an Amex charge).
Currently have on my credit (690 exp)
Boa visa 2500
Chase Amazon 1000
Amex Zync (PC from gold pr) says charges approved up to 15k
Also, I am 20 years old!
07-18-2012 04:51 PM
07-18-2012 04:54 PM - edited 07-18-2012 04:59 PM
wow....congrats! from what i heard this is an EXTREMLY hard card to get. i always thought you would have to have at least 5k cl already. that is very interesting. considering your age, one would think you also would have a "thin" file. u mind sharing your other credit profile details?
07-18-2012 05:40 PM
07-19-2012 06:58 AM
May I ask why you chose the JP Morgan Select over something like the Chase Sapphire Preferred? My understanding is that Sapphire Preferred is better until you spend $100k a year because at $100k spent, the JP Morgan Select credits you 25k points. Also, no sign up bonus with the JPMS
07-19-2012 07:37 AM
^Because it is the classiest looking card on the market if you can't meet the requirements of the Centurion or Palladium.
This is my holy grail card. When I get it I know I'll be satified with my credit journey.
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