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curious1 wrote:I'm very very new to credit cards. I've had one through my credit union for the past two years, it's the only one I have. I've always paid it on time and never charged more than a couple hundred to it.
The other day I called about increasing my limit. What is the process for that? Do they just pull information from my bank account and credit report? Or do they call landlords and/or utility companies about bills?
Like I said I'm a newb just trying to get a handle on the whole process. Thanks for anyone with any info!
The process involves a credit check and looking at how you have handled your asset and liability accounts with the credit union.
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