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Re: What's the limit for a toy card?

maiden_girl wrote:

I agree. Anything under $1k is usually considered a toy limit. If you have a long string of cards at $300, $500, $750, $800 it looks bad to other creditors. Most companies will try to match your highest limit card to compete for your business. The lowest credit line I've seen is $100! That's not even a credit line!


LOL...doesn't Macy's give out $100 limits to anyone with a pulse? Target isn't much better...giving $200 limits to those in the high 600's- 700's...

 

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