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Registered: ‎12-06-2012
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Re: USAA

I was not expecting to get approved but I guess they take care of their members. They gave me a 10000 limit my highest before was 2000.
USAA World MasterCard 10000, American Express EBC 2000, Citi Diamond Preferred 1000, Chase Freedom Visa 1500, Lowes StoreCard 800,USAA Classic Platinum MasterCard 500, BOA 123 Visa 1000
Your FICO® score at Equifax is
676 as of December 6, 2012
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Registered: ‎10-28-2011
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Re: USAA

well if your EQ is sitting at 625 then I can see why they are telling you that you are not eligible for an increase

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scores 7/14 647 622 630 (85%util)
scores 8/14 767 760 758 Boom! finally in the 700 club
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Posts: 79
Registered: ‎12-07-2012
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Re: USAA

Thank you I called and they said I could apply in the future for a different card which I plan on doing I did not want them to run my credit report since I am trying to get a better score, I am with NFCU and have the visa and navcheck do you think it is better to pay off the usaa and close it or just not use?


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Registered: ‎01-17-2008
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Re: USAA


desie25 wrote:

Thank you I called and they said I could apply in the future for a different card which I plan on doing I did not want them to run my credit report since I am trying to get a better score, I am with NFCU and have the visa and navcheck do you think it is better to pay off the usaa and close it or just not use?


keep USAA open youre already in with them just pay down balance and let time take it's course the longer you have a relationship with the better they will be to you,

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Registered: ‎12-07-2012
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Re: USAA

Thank you I think my plan now after everyone's help is to pay it down I actually owe 800 


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