I opened my account almost 1 yr ago with a $2000 credit limit. My Fico was 650 and I have a bankrupcy that is 8 yrs old. I transfed several balances to this card an just paid it off this week. After paying it off I asked for a credit line increase and was granted a $3000 CLI to bring my total CL to 5k. Now my Fico is 706.
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- Balance Transfer Intro APR 0% for 21 Months
- Balance Transfer Regular APR 12.24% - 22.24%* Variable
- Annual Fee $0
- Purchase Intro APR 0% for 21 Months
- Purchase Regular APR 12.24% - 22.24%* Variable
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This was my go to card first five years. $25,000 credit limit, so I made a big purchase for $23,000 and paid it off by the next billing cycle. Citi sent me a notification saying they didn't like the way I was using my card, dropped my limit to $2,500 and sent me a Thankyou PREFERRED card. Now some years later still have same card, that I don't care for and no credit increase. Called costumer service and ask why haven't I gotten an increase and was told I wasn't using my card enough for an increase. Then they hit me with a hard inquiry and increase refusal. TU 795 Equifax 802. Capital One $13,000 limit, AMEX $25,000 Discover $19,000. Never asked for increase on these cards. Just seemed to give them automatically. What happened to Citi cards?
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