12-11-2012 08:01 AM - edited 12-11-2012 08:28 AM
To my surprise, Capital One increased my limit from $1,500 to $2,500 yesterday! Didn't ask for it, didn't even get a notice of it, just happened to notice when I logged into my account online.
Guess they are happy with my performance. Account has been open since Sept 2010, on time payments and kept a low balance throughout. Feels very rewarding.
Last time I had a credit limit increase was probably sometime in 2004 or so before everything went downhill in early 2006.
12-11-2012 08:21 AM
Every non-HP Auto-CLI helps!
12-11-2012 08:24 AM - edited 12-11-2012 08:31 AM
What is "non-HP"?
Nevermind, found out is stands for "non hard pull".
12-11-2012 12:55 PM
Congrats. Always a sign you're headed in the right direction.
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