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CitiBank cli

So, something interesting happened to me.  For the last 3 months, I've been trying to get an increase from Citi and everytime I get to the screen where it says "I give authorization for Citi to look into my Credit Report," I always abort and cancel the transaction thinking that I will get a hard pull.  I tried putting in cli from $500-$5000

 

So today, I accidently clicked the okay button and practically had a heart attack thinking, "Great, there goes a wasted hardpull" but to my surprise they approve my cli and also said that they will not report a hard inquiry to the bureau.  I only asked for $1500 and like others, wished I had requested more.

 

For those who might be in a similar situation like me, who knows??  They same could work out with you as well.



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Congrats! Thanks for sharing.

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Yay! Congrats. How long have you had the card?

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OP: I'm confused-Did you get a $1500 increas or a $4500 increase and what card was it on?

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congrats


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The card is two years old and I requested only $1500 increase.  The card is a citi dividend platinum.



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Congrats on the increase.:smileyhappy:


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DomoNomo wrote:

So, something interesting happened to me.  For the last 3 months, I've been trying to get an increase from Citi and everytime I get to the screen where it says "I give authorization for Citi to look into my Credit Report," I always abort and cancel the transaction thinking that I will get a hard pull.  I tried putting in cli from $500-$5000

 

So today, I accidently clicked the okay button and practically had a heart attack thinking, "Great, there goes a wasted hardpull" but to my surprise they approve my cli and also said that they will not report a hard inquiry to the bureau.  I only asked for $1500 and like others, wished I had requested more.

 

For those who might be in a similar situation like me, who knows??  They same could work out with you as well.


Congrats to you!!!!!:smileyhappy:

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09Lexie wrote:

Congratulations. is this your first CLI?


Yes, for this card it is.



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