05-31-2013 02:11 PM
First card at 21 was a Capital One at $500 or so. It's at $7,500 now thanks to the EO. Highest card is my NFCU cashRewards at $25,000.
05-31-2013 02:20 PM - edited 05-31-2013 02:21 PM
After years of lousy credit and a serious amount of effort rebuilding, I just started getting pretty decent cards last fall. Here's where I'm at with regard to these questions.
Lowest starting CL: My JCP card started at just $200 and is currently at $4200
Highest CL on any of my cards: Citi Diamond Preferred, $7550
05-31-2013 03:15 PM - edited 05-31-2013 03:17 PM
Kind of a two part question;
1) What was the lowest credit line that you started off with and how high has it gotten?
2) What is your highest limit on just ONE credit card? (Amex or any other charge card don't count!)
1) I got a 1k. It is now at 3k. Then I got another 1k. This one is still at 1k. Both are from Amex.
2) 12k from BofA as a result of a 6x credit limit increase. Not asking for more
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