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12-11-2012 10:05 AM
Thanks! The balance ive decided to carry its around 1400 so i wonder if this cli will lower my utl .
12-11-2012 01:01 PM
I used my boa as a balance transfer card. I uSed maybe 90 percent of the limit to consolidate the debt but will be paying it next month.. A few months after Im going to ask for a CLI think I have a chance of getting it? I'm pretty sure it'll be a hard pull
12-11-2012 01:05 PM
12-11-2012 03:37 PM
Congrats!! Base on your success, I decided to do a request on my 123 too. It's been at $3K for some time now. I asked them once for an increase but they denied me due to a recent 30 day late I had with them last May. I didn't didn't see any inquiry from them from the last time I ask so hopefully it won't be a hard pull. I didn't want to over do it so I asked for an increase to $5000.
Congratulations! Your credit line increase request has been approved. Your new Total Credit Line is $5,000.00 with a Cash Credit Line of $1,660.00.Your credit is now available for purchases, cash, access checks, and balance transfers.
I might've been able to ask for more but this will do for now. Last time when I did this, I got a message telling me to call them. Then they denied me.
12-11-2012 04:05 PM
congrats! thats awesome! i also feel like i could of gotten more.
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