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AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

How much do I ask for? I heard they won't do over 25k without some special request?
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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

Ask for 30, they will counter if they won't allow it.


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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

There was a recent thread about someone having a 16k CL and asking for 33k CLI and it was instantly approved, YMMV.... since its only 61days you can play it safe and ask for 20k  then after 6 months ask for 30k, Not sure how the automated CLI option works when your card is already over 25k... I wish I had the CL so that I could find out, dare to dream, dare to dream. 

 

 


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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

I wish I would have known about this forum before. I have an amex bce I did a cli a couple months ago to 20 and I could have asked for more. That's why I want to get a sure fire answer before I do a cli on the blue sky.
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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

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Since you just got a CLI on one of you AMEX cards, you aren't eligible for a CLI until six months from the last CLI. I believe the telephone system states that increases are limited to a maximum of 3X or $25k, although there have been reports of higher limits being granted.

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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....

Well that's good info I didn't have. would they take some of the credit line from my bce and apply to my sky?
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Re: AMEX CLI request, starting cl of 10k....


c3troop wrote:
Well that's good info I didn't have. would they take some of the credit line from my bce and apply to my sky?

They will re-allocate from a card only after completion of 13 statement cycles.

 

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