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did you have a BOA secured card witch became unsecure ?

can you tell us, please! what was your credit limit right BEFORE an AFTER it unsecured ?

 

i just wonder if they keep the same limit or increase it !

thanks for participating to this little survey  Smiley Wink

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Re: did you have a BOA secured card which became unsecure ?

sorry about the miss spelling.... WHICH not witch Smiley Happy  holloween in the corner!!

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Re: did you have a BOA secured card which became unsecure ?


creditcrap wrote:

sorry about the miss spelling.... WHICH not witch Smiley Happy  holloween in the corner!!


Halloween? Smiley Wink

 

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Re: did you have a BOA secured card witch became unsecure ?

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I got an BOA secured card for $300 back in Sept 06.  It went unsecred in Sept 07.  CL jumped up to $500.  I now have 5 CCs with BOA for a total of 22K.  Huge difference.  Card that was secured now has a 12K CL.  Not too bad for only two years, one year unsecured.

 

 

Good luck!

Message Edited by nicemann on 10-04-2008 08:44 AM
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Re: did you have a BOA secured card witch became unsecure ?

$200 to $500 unsecured....then they refunded my money after a 9 months....  $2000 CL now....
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Re: did you have a BOA secured card witch became unsecure ?

I got BOA secured in 06/06 with $1000 CL, got it unsecured in 03/07, CL was $1500. Today's CL is $18000.
IN VINO VERITAS.
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Re: did you have a BOA secured card witch became unsecure ?

   I went from a $300 secured card to graduating to a $750 limit, $1500 limit, to a $2500 limit and if my good fortune continues I will have a $10,000 limit by next year at this time.

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