12-12-2012 01:07 AM
So after much debate, I'm still stuck. I'm really wanting to request an increase to my Citi card online, but DO NOT want to be denied
because I did not wait long enough.
Chatted with online rep on Citi site to have them say:
"You will need to wait for a period of 6 month from the date of joining to request for the credit line increase."
When did I join, according to Citi? He said he couldn't tell me. All he could say was the above.
On activation of account, a letter came saying this, dated June 15th. I applied for Citi first or second week of June.
Your account must be opened for
at least six months before we can consider a higher credit line.
Can someone please help with this? I know I'm probably going mental over it, but it'd be nice to get a clear answer.
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