04-26-2013 06:59 PM
ok im sure this is no suprise to anyone but temptation got the better of me, i pulled the trigger and got approved for BCE! happy dance! toy limit of 1000 may anyone think i should recon for at least 1500? the credit one card can offically go in the shredder now cause and that limit was 1150 ideally i would let to replace the whole line but 150 isn't gonna make a big difference. but now i will offically garden till next yr then all i want to do is have my credit union do a hard pull to up my limit on the visa i have w/ them, they dont do auto cli's and all cli increases are hard pulls
04-26-2013 08:14 PM
off i go,but before i go the 3x cli doesn't count right cause its a sp?
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