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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card

Hi,

 

Thanks all for your reply. I guess I gonna wait until my AoA getting better before making any next move. My highest limit is with AMEX BCE $20700 and chase Sapphire $10000. Hence, I spoke with the represenative from Saks Fifth and got informed that they pulled 3 of my CR. Thanks all and have a good nite.

EX: 765, EQ: 766, TU: 764. AAoA: 2.4 y
Chase CSP 10k, Chase Freedom 5k, Chase United Club 13k, Paypal MC 32k, Discover 19k, Citi Advantage 15k, Amex BCP 24k.
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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card


physignathus wrote:

Hi,

 

Thanks all for your reply. I guess I gonna wait until my AoA getting better before making any next move. My highest limit is with AMEX BCE $20700 and chase Sapphire $10000. Hence, I spoke with the represenative from Saks Fifth and got informed that they pulled 3 of my CR. Thanks all and have a good nite.


Have you made any moves yet or still in waiting?

FICO® Avg: 732 (11/2013)
Notable CC: AMHFCU® PLATINUM MASTERCARD $25K | Chase Marriott Rewards SigVisa $12K | AmEX PRG NPSL | BoA Cash Rewards Signature® Visa $12K | AmEX BCE $9K | Citi Diamond Preferred $10K | Chase Freedom Signature Visa $5K | BoA Travel Rewards® Signature® Visa $5K
Current Overall CL: $139K | UTL: 18% | AAoA 3yrs | Gardening since 11/26/2013
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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card

I just got cli on my saks first to 8000 and added chase united plus in feb, citi aadvantage in apr. That is why I will wait until the end of the year to pull the trigger. I don't want any waste on my inquiry. Also, thanks for all replies.
EX: 765, EQ: 766, TU: 764. AAoA: 2.4 y
Chase CSP 10k, Chase Freedom 5k, Chase United Club 13k, Paypal MC 32k, Discover 19k, Citi Advantage 15k, Amex BCP 24k.
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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card

Wow, going to be 6 pulls for a MC? That's why to much. Does it dipped in gold? Lol
2013 Approvals: Discover IT - 3/1, Amex BCE - 3/4, CSP - 5/4, Barclay Ring - 6/12, BoA Privileges Cash - 6/27, Citi TY Preferred - 8/6, OCCU Duck - 11/4, USBank (Cash+) - 11/22, Wells Fargo - 12/21, Nordstrom - 12/29

12/19/2013, $100k+ Available Credit. Total Util: 0-1%
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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card

It's a pity Saks and Neiman Marcus' card got sold to CapOne.

They're not really the "ideal" lender when it comes to high CL or good customer service, which is ironic considering those 2 stores are high-end luxury retail stores that differentiate themselves through service.

 

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Re: Saks Fifth World Elite Master Card

It is true. That why I am kind of scared when asking more credit limit on my Saks card.

EX: 765, EQ: 766, TU: 764. AAoA: 2.4 y
Chase CSP 10k, Chase Freedom 5k, Chase United Club 13k, Paypal MC 32k, Discover 19k, Citi Advantage 15k, Amex BCP 24k.

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