Same here. A card I got in late 2015 which started at $3,500 is now $6,000. I never once asked them to raise the credit limit. My FICO score has always hovered not far from 850 so that might be why. I always pay my CC balances in full each month, and only use a fraction of my available credit.Well my experience is opposite, I have several CC raise my credit line without me asking.
I got a Discover in probably around early 2008 for like $2000 credit limit maybe $1500, not sure. By 2012 they had raised my credit limit to $15,000. I don't remember asking for it.Same here. A card I got in late 2015 which started at $3,500 is now $6,000. I never once asked them to raise the credit limit. My FICO score has always hovered not far from 850 so that might be why. I always pay my CC balances in full each month, and only use a fraction of my available credit.
It is called PAIR BONDING. If you are going to be insecure and immature about something, at least get right what you are talking about.No, that is a very important question. For one simple reason: Para-bonding.
Any woman with a high body count, literally cannot psychologically bond with a man who comes along years later. Or, cannot truly fall in love with him. She's already para-bonded with another man. One of her Ex.-Boyfriends. Although, considering how Para-bonding works, don't ask her to name which one it was. She usually has no clue. But it happens early on in a woman's life.
Wow ... Hard to believe to believe there are men that think this in 2023. Height of immaturity and insecurity.Also, no; a truly High-quality woman would not instantly dump him for asking what her body count is. A High-quality woman would recognize that's an important question and not get upset when asked. Another reason why such a woman would not get upset?.... There is literally no such thing as a High-quality woman with a High body count. Does NOT exist. Mythical creature.
Credit cards / Issuing banks increase credit card limits all the time without asking. Maybe they just have never increased yours. This applies to Visa, and Mastercard, Discover. AMEX is about the only one that does not normally do that.Actually no, no they don't.
Nowadays if you do not specifically put in a request to have that limit raised, they will NEVER do so. I'm talking about individuals who have been careful with their credit. Not done stupid things with it. Have paid off their debts in full at the end of each month. Been with the credit card company for decades, not just years. Basically those who would easily get approved for an increase in their credit limit.... Not going to happen if you just expect the credit card companies to do the right thing on their own.
Funny, I didn't need to resort to tossing personal insults directed your way to make my point. But you did. Isn't that interesting? That's only done when someone doesn't want to admit that they have no intelligent rebuttal to a point that someone else brought up. Yet, they don't want to openly admit that fact. In all honesty, that sort of tactic sometimes works. But not when the other individual is aware of it, and calls you out on it. In this case, You specifically. So, thank you for pointing out that you have no intelligent rebuttal to what I brought up.It is called PAIR BONDING. If you are going to be insecure and immature about something, at least get right what you are talking about.
Wow ... Hard to believe to believe there are men that think this in 2023. Height of immaturity and insecurity.
Also, the original premise he gave I thought was ridiculous, specifically "You don't need to know how many men a lady has slept with. Any quality woman is going to dump you just for asking."Funny how you couldn't actually come up with a single intelligent counter-point to anything I brought up in my previous post with the exception of a possible spelling error?