thanks Roni, did you

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Noel, Nov 17, 2000.

  1. Noel

    Noel Guest

    apply for one right after the other or did you wait awhile? Do you think it will make a difference?
  2. roni.

    roni. Guest

    No difference. I applied for the second card, right after I picked myself up off the floor. I fainted when I got the first approval. lOL. I applied the same night. Hey noel, board etiquette: do not start a new thread on the same topic. It pisses some members off. Just as aside note. Congrats again. Wait, did you think about applying for the platinum. Your credit is pretty good. I didnot get instant aproval for the gold. I had to wait. You might qualify for that one.

  3. Noel

    Noel Guest

    Ok, thanks Roni for the board etiquette tip.
    Is the platinum limit likely to be more than the regular silver? I read that some people were geting the plat select with only $1000
  4. roni.

    roni. Guest

    Oh, I dont know about that. As you know I converted my silver and my credit limit stayed at 9k. On second thought, dont fix what aint broken. Apply for the silver and convert. We know that method works.

  5. Noel

    Noel Guest

    well...I got the silver too!! $6000 limit. Maybe I should run in a casino and try $20 on Megabucks! Thanks everyone...esp Roni since you're the one that made me decide to go for it!
  6. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    That's what I don't understand

    Why would Citibank approve someone for a $10k limit and then turn right back around and approve ANOTHER card for $6k???? I don't get it. Why would you want TWO cards from Citibank anyway? Is there a chance that they can combine both cards into 1 GOLD card w/ $20k limit?
  7. JacquiG

    JacquiG Well-Known Member

    RE: That's what I don't unders

    Now there's a question! I have a Universal Platinum card at 14.49% and now a Citi Platinum Select at 16.4. Since they're the same people, do you think they would combine both of mine into one (the one with the lower APR, of course!)

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