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Re: NFCU Cash rewards Card


99lawdog99 wrote:

Thanks.  It's around $150,000.  I'll probably not go for it now. I'll wait.  The last card I got was from Cabellas a few months ago and they gave me 5000.00  at 9.9 simply because I wanted to by a Kayak.


Sounds like a good plan keep us posted 

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I bet you get 10K plus with a high APR. I've seen approvals with 85% utility but as all know- YMMV. I've also seen CLIs with high utility at 80+% Everyone's advice is good here. If you apply- you might get denied- (very unlikely with a pre-approval) - will probably get a higher APR and my guess is a good starting limit (likely 10K or higher) because of your income and FICO. You obviously have a long good history with a FICO above 700 and such high utility. I typically don't recommend apping with such a high utility but being that it is NFCU, I say to for it if you wanna get in with them. Good luck with what ever you decide. Sage words from many here. :-)

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