09-23-2012 04:58 PM
What's your hightest CL?
It'd be nice to also see scores and CLI increments.
$5k BoA Signature Visa: $500 - $800 - $2k - $5k Signature.
09-23-2012 05:01 PM - edited 09-23-2012 05:06 PM
My highest is my First National Bank of Omaha Platinum Edition Visa @ $14k.
Opened in 8/10, CL 1500 -> 5000 -> 9000 -> 14000
Discover More isn't far behind at $13.3k
Opened 1/10, CL 1080 -> 3000 -> 5000 -> 10800 -> 13300
09-23-2012 05:05 PM
09-23-2012 05:09 PM
NFCU Rewards Visa - $9000
Chase Freedom started at $3000 and increased to $6000
Scores about 730ish across the board
100% Ficos: EX 762, TU 767, EQ 762 Inquiries last 1 year/6 months: EX-0/0, TU- 0/0, EQ-1/0~ last credit card app 6/24/13- New car loan 3/8/2014
09-23-2012 06:44 PM
Paypal Mastercard - $2000. Originally given $500 CL, and immediately recon'd and it was bumped to $2000. I've had it a few months now.
09-23-2012 06:56 PM
American Express Blue Cash Everyday 10800 - January 2012, 10,000 April 2012, 10800 I thought that was high, but other people on here have really high ones.
Score at approval was about 730 or something. Score with the increase was around 750. Never any negatives and usually low utilisation.
09-23-2012 07:09 PM - edited 09-23-2012 07:14 PM
CSP, 15.7k (just opened 6/12)
AMEX Delta Gold 12k, opened 9/10 at 6k, doubled to 12k 12/11.
US Bank Cash+. Opened 6/12 with 8k limit, auto CLI to 11.5k 9/12
+ several others with 10k limits . The card that has grown the most in the shortest amount of time is Dillard's AMEX which was opened 4/11 with 700 limit, and was 7.5 k as of 7/12).
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