01-06-2013 07:04 AM
I just got off the phone with a rep,
He said I have 2 amex accounts that it it possible to ask for the CLI after 61 days (3 x's) on EACH account ...IS this correct or do I have to wait 6 months to try on the other ??
Just approved today (countered requested 15000,got 6500)....my 61 day on BCP will be 61 the 15th of this month..
01-06-2013 07:11 AM
I was told the opposite: that you can request a CLI after 60 days, but not if you've had a CLI on any card in the last 6 months. But you could always try and report back. That would truly be new information and very useful to those of us with multiple cards.
01-06-2013 08:32 PM
If both cards are new, you can ask for one CLI after 61 days up to 3x, and then you have to wait another 6 months before you can ask for another one on either that or any other card you have with them. It has to be 6 months in between, or you will get an instant decline....
01-06-2013 09:04 PM
01-06-2013 09:52 PM
I have a question
Open day in Nov 19: Delta Amex
Dec 15 Convert to BCE
When should i ask for credit increase guys ?????
She said wait until two months after the product change ???two months after Dec 15 or Nov 19.....Anyone with same situation ????
I remember one of my Fico master said just wait for original account open. Some1 confirm it please
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