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I want to increase my credit limit, how can I do it?

Answered on May 15, 2015

In some cases, you do not need to do anything to get a higher credit limit. If you have good credit and manage your credit accounts well, your credit card issuers can raise your credit limits from time to time without additional request from you. In some cases, you may not be eligible for an increased credit line, for example, if your credit card is less than three months old, and if you have received a credit limit increase (or decrease) in the last six months. In all other cases, you should be able to get a credit limit increase. For that, you can call the customer support number or log in to your online account and request a credit limit increase. To qualify for credit limit increase, you should make sure that you have all credit card payments on time and pay more than the minimum required. The issuer can ask you to provide your total annual income, employment status, and monthly mortgage/rent payment.

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