takeshi wrote:You met their criteria. Keep in mind that creditors do not base their decisions solely on your other credit limits or even just score.
Where are these scores from and when were they pulled? There's no guarantee that Chase used a score with the same model(s) as the scores you've listed.
I guess I was just surprised that they gave me such a large limit, compared to my other card. I understand that more goes into it than just those factors. I figured if I was approved, it would be for around 5k, though. I was a little shocked when I found out what it really was.
Scores are pulled from credit check monitoring (around 15 May, I think). I get my Experian every month, and take a look at the other two once a year to make sure there are no discrepancies.