01-30-2013 04:20 AM - edited 01-30-2013 05:09 AM
This has been my most successful card increase wise! I started off in September 2012 with a limit of 700. it went from 700>3000>6000>9500>12500, where it currently sits today. That is about 4 months time. All were requests initiated by me through underwriting.
edit: I did not use it much and paid in full. The most I put on it was 954 bucks or something like that which was used for my DD.
01-30-2013 05:06 AM
This has been my most progressive card by far. I use it every couple weeks and put several hundred bucks on it. Generally pay in full , but have also carried a couple huindred $ balance when attempting CLI's. Started in Aug 2011 with $600 CL and currently just hit the "luv button" after waiting the usual 4 statement and currently sit at $4500 CL. CLI's have gone something like 600-1200-1600-2400-3200-4500
01-30-2013 06:19 AM
So calling underwriting or hitting the luv Button is not a hard pull?
all ge cli to my knowledge are soft pulls.
but yeah walmart for me was soft.
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01-30-2013 07:02 AM
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