Mogul of Pineapples
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DoingHomework is right, the no preset limits are what's typically being used now.
The only card that comes to mind that still have traditional credit limits i the Bank of America Accolades. Previously it gave high credit limits of up to $250,000. It was switched over the Merrill Lynch after the acquisition and I am unsure if that involved a change to NPSL.
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