I just applied for the Amazon Prime credit card. I don't know why they gave me so much credit line. I was applied and got instant approval. My starting limit is 22500. Is this a mistake ?
I doubt that it's a mistake. But it's the highest starting limit that I recall seeing for that card. My guess is that Chase likes you and would like to see you eventually apply for another card with them.
I'm guessing that you're giving us VantageScores from Credit Karma. Is that right? Lenders don't use those scores, but if your VantageScores are that high, your report is likely in great shape, and your FICO scores are likely high too.
Yes, I got those scores from Credit Karma. I just can't believe that a store credit card like Amazon gave me that high. I also have a nordstrom credit card, but the limit is not that great.
Is that the AmazonPrime store card or the Chase VS?
It's the Amazon Prime Credit Card, issued by Chase.
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Congrats on the approval and great starting limit. Just as a FYI, that’s not considered a ‘store’ card. Store cards generally refer to those credit cards that can only be used at one particular store such as the Amazon card issued by Synchrony. Your card from Chase is a VISA and can be used almost anywhere in the world.