04-20-2013 09:14 PM
04-20-2013 09:22 PM
04-20-2013 09:23 PM
Congrats! It is an awesome feeling to hear "approved." Sometimes I think most of us are just addicted to that that feeling!
04-20-2013 09:38 PM
I told myself I was going to hold out til next week but I got bored. Called my good friends at Credit Solutions and after one phone call I raised my GE cards as follows;
Chevron $1200 to $2000 ( I felt bad to ask for more since its in the sdand I haven't used it in months)
JCPenney $800 to $1500 ( I asked for $3k but they countered, its resting next to Chevron only used it twice)
Walmart. $1000 to $4000 ( bal of $189 on cc)
All of the cards were opened in Sept/Oct 2012. I'll go for PayPal MC next month- I have to pace myself the excitement of hearing ' approved' had my head spinning since I'm in the garden. 😔
Nicely done 09Lexie! Sounds like your good friends at Credit Solutions delivered great CLI results. The majority of my GECRB lines are all auto-CLIs sine I only used them as neded -- only notice the CLI when I log online or get a letter or email, which is still a nice surprise.
04-20-2013 09:44 PM
Thanks parakleet! My DH asked why I asked for CLIs on cards I don't even use. 😏
My DH asks me the same question! lol
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