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  1. I think so. I read somewhere on this forum that U of T students get more because their tuition is higher.
  2. My advisor told me that he can only request once I have applied for approval so I filled out my forms. I will be sending them in soon so we will see how it goes
  3. My rep asked upfront and they asked about my credit cards before I applied for approval. So if they haven't asked you yet, then they might not ask you. Hmm, if that's the case, maybe I could just close it.
  4. Seems like it's a standard procedure. Thanks! Do you know if there is a limit to this or does it mean it's always better to keep your older credit card? I have a credit card from 2007 but I don't really use it because I got a card with a better cashback in 2011/2012. If it resets (for example, any cards after 7 yrs would have the same effect to your credit score) I was thinking maybe I could close the one from 2007 since I don't really use it. But if it's more of "the longer, the better", perhaps I should keep it open since I have a history with that card?!
  5. I have been told if I don't close my existing credit cards, the credit limit amounts will be deducted from my LOC amount. Is this a standard procedure or should I try to negotiate?
  6. Thank you so much for sharing! I think I will just pay them a visit here before I move then
  7. Hi, I will be going to school in another province this September and was wondering where I should apply for my PSLOC. Should I start the consultation in the city that I currently live or should I wait until I move to the new city? One of my friends was saying it is best to get the consultation at the branch that has connection to my school. Does it really make that much of difference between the branches? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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