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Capital One CLI Success

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for their help on these boards.  As a result of information recieved here, I sent an e-mail to an executive officer this past Friday.  That afternoon I recieved a phone call.  The lady I spoke to was very pleasant and told me she would contact me this week.  This morning I recieve a phone call and bam...1000 increase in limit.


I have had my Cap One card since 2007 and had never recieved an increase from the initial 500 limit.  Granted 1500 still isn't where I want to be, but from what I read on these seems this is very generous given Cap Ones standards for CLI.



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Re: Capital One CLI Success


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