10-30-2009 06:35 PM
It's on my "recent activity" screen and my "online statement" screen.
I'm still too chicken to hit it.
I had a good month for CLI's. Maybe after they report in November.
10-31-2009 08:38 AM
I just send a secured email message to request for a $700 credit line increase since the CLI button is not available on my account anymore.
Waiting on their response!!..
When you are about to send a secured message, there will be a link that may answer your CLI question. When you click on that link, you will see the luv button. That's how I found it.
10-31-2009 09:41 AM
When I've asked AMEX for substantial CLIs, they requested that I voluntarily fax my last two 1040s. I gladly did so and received the CLIs within 24 hours.
10-31-2009 12:08 PM
yeah that luv potion button is not available on my account anymore. I have a $2K credit line, the CLI questionaire ask to increase more than the current credit line which is i dont need another 2k, just few hundred bucks is okay but i guess it doesnt work that way ..i guess i dont want to ask for CLI anymore from AMEX i dont think i will ever get it..
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