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WF CLI Success

Got my sixth statement since my last CLI yesterday. Called in today and asked for a 1500->3000 CLI, got a counter offer for 2300. Accepted!!!

Hopefully thats a good sign for my 3xCLI for my BCE in 30 days.

$5k$4.5k$2.8k$8k$500
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Re: WF CLI Success

Congrats on the increase! :smileyhappy:

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Congrats on the increase. I started with WF Rewards Visa in August 2011 at $7,000 and have received 2 CLI's since....the most recent was March 29th and went from $9,500 to $12,500. Kind of funny thing though...I was checking my checking account online early that morning and that's how I discovered they gave me a CLI.

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Re: WF CLI Success

congrats on the increase!

you can request for CLI with wells fargo every 60 days as well :smileytongue:

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Re: WF CLI Success


enharu wrote:

congrats on the increase!

you can request for CLI with wells fargo every 60 days as well :smileytongue:


thanks for the info buddy and thats good to know its a SP.

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Re: WF CLI Success

Wait what? you can ask for a increase every 60 days with a soft pull?

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Congratulations :smileywink:

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CredittotheMax wrote:

Wait what? you can ask for a increase every 60 days with a soft pull?


yeap!

if declined, you can always ask for a CLI through a HP as well.

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Thanks guys, couldn't done it without yall!

 

I can't believe I have been waiting 6 months for each CLI, lol

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FICO = EQ: 786 (1/15) TU:774 (2/15) EX: 767 (2/15)
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Re: WF CLI Success

Congrats!

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