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Message from Credit Karma that 2 of my Credit Lines Increased and they didn't???
I contacted my credit cards (Capitol One) after being notified from Credit Karma that my credit lines had been increased. Little to find out they really weren't, Why did this happen???

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Same Thing happend to me

I just posted a question on here today about the same thing but opposite.  I received two emails from Credit Karma saying my credit limit DECREASED on two of my cards and it too was Capital One. I contacted Capital One and they did not change, I looked at my credit report today on Transunion and it did not change.

I do not have an answer as to why this happened but I am extremely currious since both of our cards were Capital One.

I freaked out because I also got another message saying my available credit dropped to $48 on a card I haven't used. I think they want us to bye credit protection.

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