Wells Fargo credit card limits range from $500 for the Wells Fargo Cash Back College℠ Card to $5,000 for the Wells Fargo Visa Signature® Card, at a minimum. Other Wells Fargo cards fall somewhere in the middle. The Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa® card and the Wells Fargo Platinum card offer $1,000 minimum credit limits, though some cardholders have reported starting spending limits as high as $2,500 with the Wells Fargo Platinum card.
It’s important to remember that these are the lowest credit limits you’ll start out with if you’re approved for an account. You could receive a higher limit. And the actual limit you’ll receive is based on your credit history, income, employment status, level of debt and more. Unfortunately, you won’t know how much your credit limit will be until you’re approved. Wells Fargo does not publicly disclose its maximum credit limits.
If you accept the initial Wells Fargo credit limit offer, you can request an increase in your credit limit after at least six months of timely payments. Also, after six months, Wells Fargo may review your account for an automatic increase. Eligibility is based on things such as payment history and your total amount of debt. But there’s no guarantee when, or if, an automatic increase will occur. An automatic increase uses a soft inquiry, which means your credit score is not affected.
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