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Registered: ‎09-09-2013

Re: 6 months with Chase, but no CLI.

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lg8302ch wrote:
Chase is also very conservative with CLI and it looks to me a whole lot easier to get a new card than a CLI.

I have had my Freedom card with Chase for almost 4 years and only received 1 CLI ($1500 to $2300) within the first year of having it. I used it for basically everything and always paid in full every month but never had any further increases.


When I applied for the CSP they gave me a limit almost 5 times more than what they have on my Freedom card. Go figure.


I now use the CSP for most purchases so the Freedom CL doesn't bother me too much anymore. I will never apply for a CLI that requires a HP so hopefully one day they will increase it without me asking.

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