07-15-2011 09:06 AM
I opened my NFCU Nrewards secured card 06/2010 with $500. I gradually increased my credit line to $1200. July 2011 I get a notice that my card has been converted to a unsecured card and funds have been released in my savings account. I built up the courage to request a cli to $10,000. Rep advised me I have been instantly approved for $17,500...I have been lurking in this forum for over a year now and have followed a lot of the great tips my fellow forum members have provided...Since 12/2010 my scores have increased over 120 pts...never give up Fico EQ 669 & TU 704
|Total Outstanding Authorizations:||$51.99|
|Minimum Payment Due:||$0.00|
|Next Due Date:||08/03/2011|
|Last Statement Balance:||$158.70|
|Last Statement Date:||07/06/2011|
|Last Payment Amount:||$300.00|
|Last Payment Date:||07/11/2011|
|YTD Interest Paid:||$8.43|
|Annual Percentage Rate:||15.99%|
07-15-2011 02:07 PM
Holy hell! Congrats!
07-15-2011 02:20 PM
Congrats!! And yes...they rock totally!!
07-15-2011 03:43 PM
Gotta love NFCU! Congrats!!!!!
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