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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Julie, Mar 16, 2001.
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I belive you told the truth.In credit world anything could happen.I was approved Amex cash rebate card last March and I seldom use this card.I got $2,000 limit increase last Sep.Last week I got a offer from Amex ;if I transfer balance they will increase my limit from $4,000 to $14,000.The balance transfer checks come with 9.99% APR and no fee.
I find CapOne, one of the most conservative lenders, would not engage in three line increases in 15 days. Trying to get anything out of them is like pulling teeth, that's why I closed both visa and M/C plat. accounts I had with that company. All I asked from them was to report my credit limit on both accounts to the bureaus..they couldn't even do that!!
Well, I did get Cap1 to go down on my APR to 17.9 and I called back a week later and asked where my 15.9 was
Since that's what my other card is at: the rep said my visa was only reduced to 17.9
17.9! Hmmm. can't you do better? He asked a supervisor (since the 17.9 must have been a mistake) and I got 13.9!!! It's a decent rate. Now for those line increases
It all depends on the profitability of the account. I'm guessing it's run thru a little program to decide what's 'profitable' to offer you, and the don't offer what would loose them money. It'd be nice to have a risk anaylst here to shed some light on that.