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Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite

soloman
Established Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite

Donny10 Super Duper Congratulations!! You cracked the ceiling with this one!!

In the garden as of March 17, 2017.

Amex PRG NPSL | Amex Hilton Surpass $6K l Aviator Red $3.5K | Best Buy $6K | Amazon $6K | Chase $5K | BBVA $6K | UFCU $10K | NFCU $15K
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galahad15
Valued Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite

Congratulations!  Smiley Happy


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MyLoFICO
Valued Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@donny10 wrote:

Instantly approved 25k.

 

Scores and inquiries in my siggy. I thought it would have gone pending. HP all three of course. Got 14.99%. 

 

I only have one account reporting a balance. And that is on my Venture. $6500.00 balance. A no hassle check 3 months ago for $17,800.00 for 18 months at 0%. Have since paid down to current balance.


My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 


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Message 13 of 24
donny10
Senior Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@MyLoFICO wrote:

@donny10 wrote:

Instantly approved 25k.

 

Scores and inquiries in my siggy. I thought it would have gone pending. HP all three of course. Got 14.99%. 

 

I only have one account reporting a balance. And that is on my Venture. $6500.00 balance. A no hassle check 3 months ago for $17,800.00 for 18 months at 0%. Have since paid down to current balance.


My apologies if this is a bti forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 


Apology accepted.

Message 14 of 24
SpartanSoul
New Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@MyLoFICO wrote:
My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 

Not the OP but I'll give an answer of my experience. I recieved a $30000 starting line on a Venture on $145000. Hope it helps. You could get more data points by searching back through old Venture approval threads since it has a longer history of high starting lines.

Message 15 of 24
MyLoFICO
Valued Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@SpartanSoul wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:
My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 

Not the OP but I'll give an answer of my experience. I received a $30000 starting line on a Venture on $145000. Hope it helps. You could get more data points by searching back through old Venture approval threads since it has a longer history of high starting lines.


Thank you. I have been watching other threads and autosignatures where some folks have posted the info. Unless they post it, its not something I would normally ask but his SL was really high and alot of his cards in his signature are too so I figured he was in one extreme end of the spectrum of starting limits. Not that you can put too much stock into what someone says their income is on a public forum. lol. In threads past it has been evident that some don't say, some take offense, and some lie, probably to the card company and here is my guess although I am not sure what that accomplishes. I was just collating data as they say, no harm, no foul.


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Message 16 of 24
donny10
Senior Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@MyLoFICO wrote:

@SpartanSoul wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:
My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 

Not the OP but I'll give an answer of my experience. I received a $30000 starting line on a Venture on $145000. Hope it helps. You could get more data points by searching back through old Venture approval threads since it has a longer history of high starting lines.


Thank you. I have been watching other threads and autosignatures where some folks have posted the info. Unless they post it, its not something I would normally ask but his SL was really high and alot of his cards in his signature are too so I figured he was in one extreme end of the spectrum of starting limits. Not that you can put too much stock into what someone says their income is on a public forum. lol. In threads past it has been evident that some don't say, some take offense, and some lie, probably to the card company and here is my guess although I am not sure what that accomplishes. I was just collating data as they say, no harm, no foul.


My income is $86,500. Up from last year. I have very little debt.

Message 17 of 24
MyLoFICO
Valued Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@donny10 wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:

@SpartanSoul wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:
My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 

Not the OP but I'll give an answer of my experience. I received a $30000 starting line on a Venture on $145000. Hope it helps. You could get more data points by searching back through old Venture approval threads since it has a longer history of high starting lines.


Thank you. I have been watching other threads and autosignatures where some folks have posted the info. Unless they post it, its not something I would normally ask but his SL was really high and alot of his cards in his signature are too so I figured he was in one extreme end of the spectrum of starting limits. Not that you can put too much stock into what someone says their income is on a public forum. lol. In threads past it has been evident that some don't say, some take offense, and some lie, probably to the card company and here is my guess although I am not sure what that accomplishes. I was just collating data as they say, no harm, no foul.


My income is $86,500. Up from last year. I have very little debt.


You didn't have to say. I wasn't implying anything in my post about you, just some past posts that I have seen in the past.  


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Message 18 of 24
donny10
Senior Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite


@MyLoFICO wrote:

@donny10 wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:

@SpartanSoul wrote:

@MyLoFICO wrote:
My apologies if this is a bit forward of me but, what kind of income are you working with to get that kind of SL? 

Not the OP but I'll give an answer of my experience. I received a $30000 starting line on a Venture on $145000. Hope it helps. You could get more data points by searching back through old Venture approval threads since it has a longer history of high starting lines.


Thank you. I have been watching other threads and autosignatures where some folks have posted the info. Unless they post it, its not something I would normally ask but his SL was really high and alot of his cards in his signature are too so I figured he was in one extreme end of the spectrum of starting limits. Not that you can put too much stock into what someone says their income is on a public forum. lol. In threads past it has been evident that some don't say, some take offense, and some lie, probably to the card company and here is my guess although I am not sure what that accomplishes. I was just collating data as they say, no harm, no foul.


My income is $86,500. Up from last year. I have very little debt.


You didn't have to say. I wasn't implying anything in my post about you, just some past posts that I have seen in the past.  


Actually, I thought I wrote it. But I spaced out I guess. No worries. Sorry I appeared rude.

Message 19 of 24
donny10
Senior Contributor

Re: Capital One Premier Dining Rewards World Elite

BTW, my Venture's original SL was 15k. First CLI was $750, second was $3k and then I combined my Venture One's CL of 9k onto my Venture which brought it to $27,750.00.

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