11-02-2012 07:52 PM
Were they automatic or did you request them?
You can request every 4 months after your most recent CLI.
I was approved for my Walmart card on 8/20 and JCP card on 9/22. Have been giving them some use and have dates marked to contact them every 4 months. Actually, before jointing the forum, I just let CLIs happen or maybe contact them if I needed one. Now, I'm very active in getting things to grow as quick as possible. The years to by to fast, don't have time to waste!
For the 4 month period, should I figure 4 months after being approved or after the 4th statement cuts and then every 4 months after? I guess the same would go for other cards too (some are 4 and some are 6).
After your 4th statement, and continuing every 4 months after that.
11-03-2012 12:08 AM
Did you use the auto system or call the underwriters?
CONGRATS! GE luuuveeeeeee
11-03-2012 02:30 AM
This is my 3rd time geting a round of increases!!
JCP: $1,500 before, $4,000 now
Old Navy: $900 before, $1,500 now
Lowes: $1,500 before, 3,500 now
Walmart: $1,500 before, 2,300 now
Amazon got a decline and cant manually review until I lift freeze off TU, so i'll have to wait.
Congrats to you....,
11-05-2012 02:44 PM
Recon'ed Amazon denial..............
Was 2,000, now 4,000
11-05-2012 02:54 PM
HP for nothing! Damnit CareCredit!!!!
Is there any U/W number to get in touch with them?? Every GE account I had increased on a SP and this one cost me a HP for not a damn thing!!! FUMING right now!!
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