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RGordon
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Re: What to do next?

Not bad, now three good things and no inquiries. I just hit the luv button on Best Buy: Your current credit limit is $2000.00. Your increased credit limit offer is $3200.00. Thanks for the heads up Brammy!
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Brammy
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:smileywink: NP!!!!
 
Don't know what your uti is now but with those bumps you should get one heck of an increase in score once they report depending on your overall usage
 
CONGRATS!!!


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RGordon
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Almost doubled my balances tonight, which in turn reduced by credit used from 12% to 6%. I will let these balances hit my report and see what happens, maybe then ask for a CLI from the BP Visa I have. I will keep the board posted. Thanks again.
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RGordon wrote:
Almost doubled my balances tonight, which in turn reduced by credit used from 12% to 6%. I will let these balances hit my report and see what happens, maybe then ask for a CLI from the BP Visa I have. I will keep the board posted. Thanks again.

 
Your uti was good to begin with but the higher limits will definitely reflect positively.
 
LOL! I went from 2k to 2.5 now your limit is what I need because I can't walk out of BB on a mission without almost using 50% of my limit at a a pop.



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RGordon
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How often can you ask BB for the CLI? I have had it almost a year and never asked until now, if it is every 3 or 6 months I need to stay on top of that.
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About every 3 or 4 months I believe.

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