08-16-2012 11:15 PM
08-16-2012 11:18 PM
I don´t know about your report/scores but having an amex that could get you a CLI x3 in 60 days and then another one 6 months after is nice.
A GE card VISA/Discover that could go up with SP is good also.
Earning more money is a big plus lol
08-17-2012 07:44 AM
The cards are fairly all new. I am not looking for CLI's or anything at this time, but was just wondering the best process to initiate an increase over the next year.
My Wells Fargo Rewards is my primary card for the sole purpose I can put my monthly expenses on it and still keep a fairly low utilization by the time the bill comes (~17% utilization).
My Chase Amazon and my Cabelas VISA are two cards I would enjoy using for the points, but they are both $700 CL's, which I would have to continue going online and making payments after most purchases to keep my utilization low.
That's the situation I am looking at. Not looking for anything ASAP, but just trying to pick some brains as to what you guys' think my best option is.
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