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    Default Automatic Credit Limit Increase w/ Soft Pulls?

    What credit cards do you find regularly give automatic credit limit increases without applying for them? Which companies still do soft pulls?
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    I know of one that will automatically give me an increase and that is US Bank.
    HSBC and GE will give me increases if requested and all have been soft pull.
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    Works differently in Canada I believe. Credit card companies are not allowed to increase your limit unless you explicitely approve or ask for it. So glad this law exists.
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    Discover More...!
    I got my discover card last year, and they have been increasing my CL by $250 every 3 months.. (btw, I always pay my balance in full)
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    my Capital One Platinum gives them out in 6 months "account renewal procedures"
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    Thanks for the info. I have been paying the statement balance but probably need to keep all my cards at zero to see these increases.
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