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Re: No need to apply for anymore credit cards...!

That was exactly what I was thinking! :smileyhappy: Reaching the spending limit is no problem for me, actually. I will definitely consider it. I recently opened my Chase Freedom in March and my AMEX BCE in July.. so I don't know how Chase will view that =P. Credit karma gives me a score of 701.

Blue Cash Everyday - $33,600 | United MileagePlus Explorer Card - $16,000 | Discover It - $9,500 | Sapphire - $5,000 |
Freedom - $5,000 | Southwest Airlines Premier $5,000 l Better Balance Rewards - $2,500 | Golden 1 Credit Union Student Visa - $1,000

Total Credit Limit: $77,600 | FICO as of 3/1/2015: 766
Recent College Graduate l Age: 22 l Gardening as of 12/26/2014


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