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What Is Trending In The Credit Card Database?

- Jan 1, 2023 About The Blog, Credit Card Info0 comments

Our Credit Card Database is a great resource where you can find real time data about credit card approvals. Fellow users are constantly submitting their credit card approvals and denials, and there are currently over 3k results reported! 

Let’s look at some data information from the past 30 days and analyze some real time trends in the credit card world.

Which card was approved for the highest limit?

Everyone wants to get the highest possible credit limit on their new credit card. The highest credit limit approved this month is on the Ink Business Premier with a credit limit of – $115,000!

Coming in second place is the Ink Business Unlimited which was approved for $70,000

The Ink cards are understandably the highest on the list since Chase Ink cards have been approving very generously nowadays

Actually in third place is the Wells Fargo Reflect with an approved credit limit of $50,000.

Which card had the most submissions?

The cards that are the most popular between our users (based on the amount of submissions) are the Ink Business Cash. and Ink Business Unlimited cards. That is definitely due to the insane offer on the cards of 90,000 points after spending $6,000 within three months. You too, can get approved for both Ink cards and earn a total of 180k points. Chase is currently approving very easily so it’s worth a try. There are some data points of approvals even above the 5/24 rule

There were also many submissions for the GM Business Card. The GM cards will actually give you a 100% approval with only a soft pull. The bank will inform you if they plan to approve you and for which credit limit they’ll approve you for, and only if you choose to accept and continue, will they do a hard pull. 

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Which card was approved with the lowest score?

The card that was approved with the lowest credit score is the Chase Freedom Unlimited. The applicant had a score of 620 at the time of applying.

Keep sending in your credit card results to the Credit Card Database!

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Sam Sam has nearly a decade's worth of experience educating his many readers on everything credit. Sam spends his days checking out credit cards for a full report, from the minute benefit details to the shebang of welcome bonuses. Plus studying the ins and outs of building proper credit. It’s his favorite pastime and he loves sharing it with others.

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