05-01-2013 06:39 AM
I requested CL increase on respective websites of Citi, GE/JCP, BofA and Chase (Phone)
Citi AA Visa Signature: got an $1,500 increase. Old CL: 9,000 New CL: $10,500
GE/JCP Platinum: got an $500 increase. Old CL: 1,800 New CL: $2,300
BofA Virgin Atlantic: got an $3,000 increase. Old CL: 5000 New CL: $8,000
Chase Freedom: got an increase of $2,000. Old CL: 8000 New CL: $10,000
My current profile:
Chase Freedom $10,000 ||| Chase BA Visa sig $5,500 ||| Chase United Visa sig $5,000 ||| BofA Cash Rewards Visa Sig $12,000 ||| BofA Virgin Atlantic Amex $8,000 ||| Discover More $3,000 ||| Amex Zync NPSL ||| Citi AA Visa Sig $10,500 ||| US Bank Flexperks $8,000 ||| Barclay's US Airways Plat Master $4,000 ||| DCU Pla Rewards $3,000 ||| Cap One Plat: $2,200 ||| GE/JCP $2,300 ||| Kohl's charge: $600 ||| Macy's : $600
Monthly Spend / Balance of about 1500 or so always PIF. I late payment in March 2013.
05-01-2013 07:05 AM
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05-01-2013 07:29 AM
I didn't know Bank of America or Chase did increases without a hard inquiry. Those are brilliant increases.
Bank of America always did it with NO HP for me.
05-01-2013 07:31 AM
LOL are you sure no hp? Chase almost always hps.
This is what the lady told me. I also pulled my experian 5 minutes back and there is no HP. Chase always pulls experian for me.
05-01-2013 08:23 AM
I wouldnt be so sure about Chase/BofA being a SP. If you have access to all 3 reports I would pull them tommorow.
05-01-2013 04:29 PM
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