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imducky
Posts: 3,432
Registered: ‎08-27-2007

Re: Attempted Amex CL increase but found out they changed the rules....

so it does look like you can request one cli after 30 days from obtaining the card, then the 6 month clock starts ticking?
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Anderson
Posts: 716
Registered: ‎06-03-2007

Re: Attempted Amex CL increase but found out they changed the rules....

Yes, I think that's how it works. I know I won't be making any more requests for a long, long time.  :smileyvery-happy:

dnm45227 wrote:
so it does look like you can request one cli after 30 days from obtaining the card, then the 6 month clock starts ticking?



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cheddar
Posts: 6,794
Registered: ‎09-29-2007

Re: Attempted Amex CL increase but found out they changed the rules....



dnm45227 wrote:
so it does look like you can request one cli after 30 days from obtaining the card, then the 6 month clock starts ticking?


Right, that was my impression, as well.
 
I'm still waiting, though.  In any case, even if I don't wait the 3 months I had planned, I'm only paying for scores no more than once a month, and I definitely want to see my real EX score and CR before I potentially burn my one CLI opportunity for the next 6 months.  So the CLI requests will be aligned to my "score-buying" schedule anyway.
 
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