Well, a year after my last increase Capital One finally decided to increase my credit line... by $100, hahah.
Started in 08/17 on my rebuilding credit journey with a $300 secured card. After 5 months, $600 secured card and 6 months after that a $600 unsecured card. They allowed me to do a product change 6 months from that point and just yesterday I hit the CLI button and they offered me a whopping $100 increase to a total $700. Yay me.
Maybe it's time to close this card and reapply?
Current Score (01/13/2020): EXP: 680; TU: 684; EQ: 665 Gardening as of 01/13/2020
Community America CU Cash Rewards - $10000 | Discover It Cash Back - $4000 Nordstrom Credit Card - $4000 | BMO Harris Cash Back MasterCard - $4000 Discover It Cash Back - $2000 | US Bank Cash+ Visa Signature - $2000 Target Red - $1100 | Chase Starbucks Visa - $1000 Capital One Quicksilver - $700
As you know its a bucketed card and will always be that. Yes you can try. Remember the triple pulls. But it didnt stop me after having 2 bucket cards. Then each approval got 10g's in SL's and lower APR's. But I was limited due to BK. Hey its $100 you didnt have yesterday. Congrats!
My posts are JMHO. My siggy is not to brag at all. Just sharing my experiences after learning here from rebuild to recovery after BK DC 540's. And to show fellow members what can be accomplished when you do it right and play the FICO Credit Game.