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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Mike, Mar 16, 2001.
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Why not see if you can combine the accounts into one with a $17,200 limit, then upgrade to Quantum? Or upgrade the one with the 11,700 limit, then combine the accounts? The min. limit for a Quantum is 10k.
I'm planning on upgrading when my current promo b.t. rate is up. If I upgraded now, then I would lose my current promo, and I just transferred the balance at the end of Feb.
Why combine? you can now get a Quantum w/only a 10K line.
Yes, I upgraded my Garfield card to Quantum card two months ago when they denied my Quantum card application.
No need to combine. I just thought it would be better than having two separate accounts with the same company.
I have two citibank cards, and when my b.t. promo rates run up, I will probably combine those. Since I have so many accounts, that will be better for my FICO.
If you don't have much in the way of other credit, having the two cards could be better for your score.