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If I get a card and pay it off to earn credit, will I eventually get a bigger spending limit or will it stay the same?

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If you show stable payment history and responsible credit management during a certain period of time, credit card issuer may increase your credit limit. Or if the issuer doesn’t offer to increase your credit line, you can always ask to increase your credit line. If your credit is not good though, there may be a fee involved.

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