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Been a contributer to this form for not even a month yet, but since I have been reading everyday and learning the ins and outs and ways to get things done, I have raised my available credit from 5300 to 10,500 with a 3200 CLI from cap1 and changing my Freedom card to CSP. without a doubt helping my credit score now and for the future and as corny as it is. I have you guys to thank. And isn't it funny for those who post everyday how you start to see and expect who is always active and whos going to respond just funny!

Thanks! and cheers to my new facebook(myfico)


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Congrats on those CLI's ! I, for one, have learned so much from everyone. I think it's only neighborly to share advice from my own personal experiences just like others have done - and for that I am forever thankful.
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09Lexie wrote:
Congrats on those CLI's ! I, for one, have learned so much from everyone. I think it's only neighborly to share advice from my own personal experiences just like others have done - and for that I am forever thankful.

I was 100% positive you would reply!


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That's too funny. I really enjoy this forum and all it's participants.
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Grats!!! This forums helped me tons as well! Thanks a lot everyone!!!
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pats23 wrote:

Been a contributer to this form for not even a month yet, but since I have been reading everyday and learning the ins and outs and ways to get things done, I have raised my available credit from 5300 to 10,500 with a 3200 CLI from cap1 and changing my Freedom card to CSP. without a doubt helping my credit score now and for the future and as corny as it is. I have you guys to thank. And isn't it funny for those who post everyday how you start to see and expect who is always active and whos going to respond just funny!

Thanks! and cheers to my new facebook(myfico)


I completely agree with you. Since I have followed the advice on this forum, I have gone from 1 CC with a $1,300 CL.  Now, I have 4 CCs (2 prime + 2 store) and $8,300 in available credit.  Would not have acheived these rapid gains had I not read the threads.  it's an awesome place to learn.

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Around four weeks ago I was trying to get my two subprime cards to do a CLI from their $400 and $500 limits. Taking advice from these forums,  I dropped one subprime, received a $1000 increase on the other (with cash rewards and no AF) and have four newbie's, all prime, and $20,000 total available CL. These forums are the stepping stones to credit success. If I haven't said it enough..Thanks again. 

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