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a1-iam
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Registered: ‎09-25-2012
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marriot rewards premier credit card

Just applied for MRPCC they gave me a 5000 dolloar limit. Is it good to have a high limit.? And how will this affect my score. Please I need advice on building great credit
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creditnocash
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Re: marriot rewards premier credit card

have you pulled your reports from here yet? 

 

having a 5k credit card is a good sign depending on your other cards. 

they dont just give those away :smileywink: 

 

what do your other accounts look like? utility? aaoa? etc... 

 

the negative score gained from the inq will recover in a year and the new account ding is about 6 months. 

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a1-iam
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Re: marriot rewards premier credit card

I only have one other card from capitol one and I pay that in full every month. I got a Amex freen card like a month and a half ago. But I appled for this Marriott card so I can have a big revolving card on my crdit reports. Right now I have a 707 with equifax and a 658 with transunion. Idk what my experian score is. And all my bills or paid on time.
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SnackTrader
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Registered: ‎09-15-2012
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Re: marriot rewards premier credit card

I think the minimum credit limit on that card is $5,000. 

 

It is definitely good to have high limits. It will give you a better chance to have limits in the future as long as you continue paying your bills on time. 


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