USAA Automatic CLI

For just about anything you want to get off your chest about credit cards.
13 posts
Battery111
Centurion Member
Centurion Member
 
Posts: 284
Joined: Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:40 pm
Location: Lawton, ok

Postby Battery111 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 8:34 pm

lobbythis wrote:
As someone who's scores are still in the 600's, nabbing 4 of the best cards USAA offers in less than 8 months and all having decent CL's is my reason for hyping them, perhaps a bit more than the average person.


I fully agree with this. I'm not sure what your eligibility is but if you are eligible you may also want to try NFCU. They are also quite generous with limits and a lot of times their CLI's are soft pull. It's fairly easy to get up to a $25k CL with them within a year or two. They're also good to deal with if you need a mortgage. They don't sell their mortgages and USAA is notoriously slow to close.
Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard
AMEX Platinum
AMEX Everyday Preferred
USAA AMEX
Discover IT
Chase Freedom
Chase Sapphire Preferred
NFCU nRewards Visa


User avatar
lobbythis
Centurion Member
Centurion Member
 
Posts: 616
Joined: Sun Sep 07, 2014 8:53 pm
Location: usa

Postby lobbythis » Wed Feb 11, 2015 9:57 pm

I've noticed over time that a handful of people do seem to have great limits on NFCU cards. They were the first bank I was with when I turned 18. They didn't have many branches where I lived, so I eventually closed the account. I may take a look at them again this year. I could definitely leave one of the banks I'm with now. Have had bad experiences, but it's one of those ones the whole family has so I've always kept it open for emergencies.

Battery111
Centurion Member
Centurion Member
 
Posts: 284
Joined: Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:40 pm
Location: Lawton, ok

Postby Battery111 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:09 pm

lobbythis wrote:I've noticed over time that a handful of people do seem to have great limits on NFCU cards. They were the first bank I was with when I turned 18. They didn't have many branches where I lived, so I eventually closed the account. I may take a look at them again this year. I could definitely leave one of the banks I'm with now. Have had bad experiences, but it's one of those ones the whole family has so I've always kept it open for emergencies.


Hey I'm not a salesman for them or anything. However, they've treated me pretty well so I tend to recommend them to those that are eligible. However, it's also good if you're eligible to get a USAA number. May as well set yourself up for the future. Kind of like establishing a MSD with AMEX.
Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard
AMEX Platinum
AMEX Everyday Preferred
USAA AMEX
Discover IT
Chase Freedom
Chase Sapphire Preferred
NFCU nRewards Visa



Return to “General Credit Card Talk”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests