07-05-2008 11:19 AM - edited 07-05-2008 11:22 AM
07-27-2009 01:42 PM
07-29-2009 11:34 AM
Update--I took a 7 point jump down on my fico score for Chase on Eq. I'm praying that the 10th will come here because I want to see RJM go off EX and TU.
I called Citi and BofA and they both used EX and RJM was still on there. BofA told me to call when it's removed and i'll be approved for their student credit card. (I'm not really sure about Citi)
07-29-2009 03:54 PM
3 months ago I was approved for a Sams business discover with a 13,500 limit. A year ago I was denied for the sams discover but offered a 4100 pure sams no rewards credit.....I charged $400 a couple of months and pif.
Apparently the limits offered have to do with the amounts you purchase at Sams and owinging a small restaurant and charging 4-6k a month they came up with a 13,500 limit. If you have the plus membership you get up to 2%
cash rebates in the form of a store credit in February.....It will be a nice chunk of change for running some of my food purchases thru sams.
Congrats to your new Sams Discover
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