The Mission Lane Credit Card's credit limit starts at $300. Credit limits are generally calculated based on your income and credit history, and Mission Lane will re-evaluate your account at least every 12 months to see if you're eligible for a credit limit increase.
Credit limits are generally calculated based on your income and credit history. But Mission Lane will re-evaluate your account at least every 12 months to see if you're eligible for a credit limit increase.
You can only get a Mission Lane Visa® Credit Card credit limit increase when Mission Lane decides you're eligible and offers you one, as requesting a higher limit is not possible. Mission Lane will evaluate your account at least once within the first 12 months to see if you qualify for a credit limit increase.… read full answer
Mission Lane Credit Limit Increase Requirements
You must have a history of on-time payments.
You must keep your balance under the current credit limit.
You must not have your charging privileges restricted.
You must keep the account open.
You must not have any bankruptcies on your record.
You must be able to afford minimum payments for a higher credit limit.
Mission Lane will review your account periodically to see if you meet their approval criteria for a credit limit increase. This is a fully automated process and will only result in a soft pull on your credit.
If you’re eligible for an increase, you will most likely be informed via email and through your online account. However, Mission Lane is not required to notify you before a credit limit increase, so keep an eye on your credit card statement.
I got approved for Mission Lane with a $300 initial credit limit with my credit score at 489! lol I was shocked, especially when my annual fee is only $59. It’s now 6 months later and Mission Lane has generously given me an additional $300 credit increase with my FICOs at 651, 626, and 644.… read full answer
Mission Lane gave me a $1000 (no annual fee) limit with a chapter 13 on record. That was year and a half ago. Since, then my bankruptcy has been discharged, credit score 710 and a $3500 credit limit on Mission Lane. Very good card for rebuilding credit.
$500 was my starting limit. I got an increase of $100 after 6 months. I went over my credit limit. I was surprised they increased it at all tbh. I paid the balance to 0 after 3 months. Now I pay it in full every month. I make a payment as soon as I use the card. My goal is to keep it under 30% utilization, since I have additional credit cards. I was approved for the Capital One Platinum.
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