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Registered: ‎11-05-2008
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Re: NFCU allows up to 80k on Flagship CC

In my case, the links didn't appear until my accounts had been open for
3 or 4 months. Usually if there is anything displayed in that corner
it will be an ad for a loan of some sort. The first time the links
appeared I didn't request an increase and they disappeared for
several days (at least). When they came back I applied for an
increase and it was approved. It was a hard pull, so I'm not sure that
it would have been any different if I would have gone through the
credit limit increase request found in the other services tab. In other
words, I'm not certain that having the link present is a sign of
impending luv.
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Registered: ‎07-21-2007
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Re: NFCU allows up to 80k on Flagship CC

I have hada VISA with them for over 20 years. it was converted to a Flagship wheneer they started that program.I check my VISA regularly but never see the link.  i a msure the rest of you do but I suspect it is only there for some people with the likely criteris being those that are somehow "pre approved."
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