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DailyDriver
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎09-12-2012
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2 Citi CLI Success

I just went online to try for a cli on my two citi cards to help with utilization.

 

First I tried on the Citi Forward (was nervous since utilization was at 82%):

 

Requested $1,000, was given an automatic $800....no hard pull.  From $4,600 to $5,400.

 

 

Then my Citi Dividend World Mastercard (Had just paid it off except for interest charge...paid in full, once in the middle of the month and then on the day the statement cut, but was still charged):

 

Requested $1,100, and was approved without a hard pull.  From $6,440 to $7,540.

Citi Forward $6K l Citi Dividend World Mastercard $7K l Discover More $12K l Chase Freedom $4K l Amex Hilton HHonors $5.3K l NFCU GoRewards Visa 12.5K l Barclay US Airways World Mastercard $8K
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shakalaka
Posts: 556
Registered: ‎09-10-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

Congrats


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gettnthere
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Registered: ‎06-14-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success


DailyDriver wrote:

I just went online to try for a cli on my two citi cards to help with utilization.

 

First I tried on the Citi Forward (was nervous since utilization was at 82%):

 

Requested $1,000, was given an automatic $800....no hard pull.  From $4,600 to $5,400.

 

 

Then my Citi Dividend World Mastercard (Had just paid it off except for interest charge...paid in full, once in the middle of the month and then on the day the statement cut, but was still charged):

 

Requested $1,100, and was approved without a hard pull.  From $6,440 to $7,540.



Now thats an odd limit. lol. CONGRATS on you CLI!



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maiden_girl
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Registered: ‎12-29-2011
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success


gettnthere wrote:

DailyDriver wrote:

I just went online to try for a cli on my two citi cards to help with utilization.

 

First I tried on the Citi Forward (was nervous since utilization was at 82%):

 

Requested $1,000, was given an automatic $800....no hard pull.  From $4,600 to $5,400.

 

 

Then my Citi Dividend World Mastercard (Had just paid it off except for interest charge...paid in full, once in the middle of the month and then on the day the statement cut, but was still charged):

 

Requested $1,100, and was approved without a hard pull.  From $6,440 to $7,540.



Now thats an odd limit. lol. CONGRATS on you CLI!


+1

 

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Cadillac-XTS
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Registered: ‎08-20-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

Congrats on the cli

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DailyDriver
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Registered: ‎09-12-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success


gettnthere wrote:

DailyDriver wrote:

I just went online to try for a cli on my two citi cards to help with utilization.

 

First I tried on the Citi Forward (was nervous since utilization was at 82%):

 

Requested $1,000, was given an automatic $800....no hard pull.  From $4,600 to $5,400.

 

 

Then my Citi Dividend World Mastercard (Had just paid it off except for interest charge...paid in full, once in the middle of the month and then on the day the statement cut, but was still charged):

 

Requested $1,100, and was approved without a hard pull.  From $6,440 to $7,540.



Now thats an odd limit. lol. CONGRATS on you CLI!


Yea, it was originally an auto CLI.  But I missed a payment by a day...it does not show on my credit report, but APR went from 12.4% up to 28.7% and my CL decreased. I believe it was originally $6,750 or $6,800 (never went over, but utilization was higher).

Citi Forward $6K l Citi Dividend World Mastercard $7K l Discover More $12K l Chase Freedom $4K l Amex Hilton HHonors $5.3K l NFCU GoRewards Visa 12.5K l Barclay US Airways World Mastercard $8K
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migliogiorni
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Registered: ‎06-27-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

congrats I'm jealous of your cards.

 

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vsweetee1
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Registered: ‎02-20-2009
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

Congrats!  I have the same cards as you and I tried a couple of months ago for a CLI but no go.  I did however get an APR reduction on my Forward card from 17.99 to 13.99%.   


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CruzImperial
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Registered: ‎07-04-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

Congrats!!!

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ccnewcc
Posts: 560
Registered: ‎09-29-2012
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Re: 2 Citi CLI Success

Congrats!

 

 

Didn't know Citi Had a World MC Dividend Card.  All they show is Visa.


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