You can get a Capital One QuicksilverOne credit limit increase by requesting it on the Capital One website after you’ve logged in to your account. Click “I Want To…” and on the options menu, select “Request Credit Line Increase.” To make the request from the Capital One Mobile app, go to "Help" and type "credit limit increase" into their virtual assistant, Eno.
That’s not the only way to do it, however. According to forum posts online, Capital One will start to automatically review your QuicksilverOne account history after 6 months of having the account to see if you’re eligible for a credit limit increase. If you are eligible, you’ll be given an increase without requesting it. It’s also possible you’ll get an automatic credit limit increase from Capital One when you’ve had the QuicksilverOne card for a year.
To increase your odds of getting approved for a Capital One QuicksilverOne credit limit increase, you can maintain good payment history, increase your annual income, and increase the amount you spend on the card. But if you spend more on the card, make sure it’s an amount you can easily pay off at the end of the month. Overspending is a bad habit, especially if you’re trying to build good credit.
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