11-08-2012 02:25 PM
I just logged into my Capital One account to pay my bill and seen they gave me an CLI $750 to $2225.
Needles to say am very surprised. I have had my account for about 14 months. I am not excatly sure when they gave me the increase since I never use the card. I wonder if they gave me this increase due to me having an AMEX ZYNC with NPSL and a Bank of America Cash Reward card. Capital One is now my high credit limit card. Sucks because I still not going to use it due to high ARP. Maybe I can conviece BofA to up my limit.
11-08-2012 02:28 PM
Very nice and Congrats!...so you never requested a CLI right? I am keeping my fingers crossed i can get a surprise from Capital one of these days with a CLI from 750, i will hit the one year mark with them when statement cuts the 18th of the month.
11-08-2012 02:40 PM
Congrats it seems like the people who want the increase they don't get it or they have to go through the executive office and the people who don't care too much about the increase gets it.
11-08-2012 04:41 PM
you should call them about an APR reduction.. just the reg CSR num. Believe it or not, Cap1 is good with APR reductions.. just not clis. They adjust my APR every six months typically if I request it.
I've gone from 9.9 to 11.9 to 5.9 to 13.9 the past couple of years.
what an odd limit LOL...
11-08-2012 06:59 PM
Congrats, best I've done from them is an auto for $200 bucks...
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