I bank with a regional bank for my business and Capital One 360 for my personal bank. Don't like Capital One credit cards at all, their cheapskates when it comes to CLI, just give $100 increments.
Capital One is well known for their stingy opening credit line and slow, small CLIs. That is my only gripe with them, though, and I still use them for some spending. Keep in mind, the CLIs they offer get larger to a point as your CL and years of experience with them grow. With a CL under $1K, I'm not surprised they only give $100 each. If you stick with them, they will probably give you $1K or more. I used their card some, put in CLIs for years every six months, and grew a smaller-limit card to $22K limit.
How many points would I lose with one inquiry? If I applied to 3 cards and have 4 inquires will this hurt my chances on getting any more cards awhile? Does AMX do multiple pulls like Chase?
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So I could lose 10 points from each inquiry?
As I understand it, it can be variable. But my recent credit inquiries each made my vantage score decrease by about 7-10 points.
Point loss isn't fixed for inquiries. They tend to be bucketed as well. I lost points for the first inquiry I got but not the second through fourth on Experian. The fifth then dropped me again. I lost about 5-7 points for each bucket of inquiries (I have 6-8 currently and lost 10-14 points depending on the bureau). It's not really a huge impact on FICO 8 but the older scores used for mortgages and auto loans get a lot fussier.
What's the name of the thread? You talking about the credit card category?