05-07-2007 04:23 PM - edited 05-07-2007 04:25 PM
05-07-2007 05:04 PM
05-08-2007 04:10 AM
As a general rule do most credit cards post the limit? Do these tend to be prime cards or is it more catch as catch can? Any cards which might be available to those of us that fall between sub prime and prime?
05-08-2007 04:11 AM
My cr#pital 1 also does note report my credit limit, but what also makes me made is they do not report tham my balanse is $0 since Feb!!!
06-27-2007 10:25 AM
06-27-2007 10:38 AM
06-27-2007 01:18 PM
Do you have a specific need to maximize your FICO scores in the next 2-3 months? If not, I wouldn't worry about it. The lender is not required to report it and, when the mortgage is sold to a Wells Fargo or Chase or similar, they will no doubt report it to all three CRAs. When they report the mortgage, it will retain the original date opened, so you will not lose any history.
07-04-2007 11:08 AM
07-04-2007 12:16 PM
I don't know what has changed, but my Juniper card is reporting the full credit limit of $7,500 on my latest TC reports
4. Some cards have limit ceilings where they will only report your limit under a certain amount. Juniper is a perfect example. If you have a Juniper card with a $7000 limit and it is not reporting you can call and request a credit limit decrease (CLD) to under their ceiling of $5000. The limit should then be reported during your next statement cycle.
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