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Walmart 4-month CLI

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So, logged in today and saw my first Walmart CLI from 900 to 1100 after 4 months of having the card. Since it wasn't customer-initiated, do I need to wait to hit the luv button? 200 is a puny increase. I know they have low starting limits, but my other GE cards went up a lot faster than that.

FICO's: TU: 682 EX: 688 EQ: Unknown

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Re: Walmart 4-month CLI


heirophant wrote:
So, logged in today and saw my first Walmart CLI from 900 to 1100 after 4 months of having the card. Since it wasn't customer-initiated, do I need to wait to hit the luv button. 200 is a puny increase. I know they have low starting limits, but my other GE cards went up a lot faster than that.

Congrats

This point should be stressed more here an app spree should not be encouraged because its not for every profile
A thick file will support more apps at one time while a thin file may see negative reaction to this process

IMHO 4+ at one time is to many for a new file and it should be kept to 1-3 a year but we get caught up sometimes in seeing the little wheel spin and the words approved
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Re: Walmart 4-month CLI

 


CURRENT TLS:

AMAZON $2K/ WALMART $2K /DCU $3K DELTA AMEX $1K
DISCOVER $1.2K/ PAYPALEXT $2K /COSTCOTU $1.2K

UPDATED 8/1
EQ
8/1/13 EQ 694 - (myfico) -
7/26/13 EQ 694 - (DCU)
9/10 EQ 701 - (myfico)

EX
9/8 - EX 707 (usaa/EX)

TU
6/18 TU 690 (myfico)
7/2 TU 694 (Walmart)
8/8 TU 676 (Walmart)
9/6 TU 676 (Walmart)
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Registered: ‎01-15-2013
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Re: Walmart 4-month CLI

Congrats on the auto cli!

If i were you i would give 1-877-379-8173 and ask for 5k. This is the perfect time of day.

They'll counter-offer.


I'll be in the garden... FICO Score | TU-08: 732 in May 2013
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Re: Walmart 4-month CLI

I just hit my fourth statement with Walmart and last week got a $200 auto increase. Hit the online increase button but it told me that my account is not eligible for an online increase at this time.

I will probably wait a bit and then call and ask for more. My auto-CLI last week was from $700-$900.

Starting Score: EQ 717 EX 724 TU 736
Current Score: EQ 816 EX 780 TU 823
App free since 4/11/13

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