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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?


afjock21 wrote:

61 days from upgrade product change too?


American Express limits you to 1 credit limit increases per 6 months. If you had any then your no longer eligible.

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?


reaction wrote:

afjock21 wrote:

61 days from upgrade product change too?


American Express limits you to 1 credit limit increases per 6 months. If you had any then your no longer eligible.


1 CLI every 6 months AFTER the first CLI at 62 Days.

And you can not do PC until you have had the account for 1 year for the increase AF by credit law thing... you might be able to change if less fee but not sure.

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?

 


reaction wrote:

afjock21 wrote:

61 days from upgrade product change too?


American Express limits you to 1 credit limit increases per 6 months. If you had any then your no longer eligible.



CHIT!

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?


Creditaddict wrote:

reaction wrote:

afjock21 wrote:

61 days from upgrade product change too?


American Express limits you to 1 credit limit increases per 6 months. If you had any then your no longer eligible.


1 CLI every 6 months AFTER the first CLI at 62 Days.

And you can not do PC until you have had the account for 1 year for the increase AF by credit law thing... you might be able to change if less fee but not sure.


 

I waited about 8 years before requesting CLI does that count against my 61 days and now it's 6 months? If so, that's lousy.

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?

1 CLI every 6 months after the beginning, not based on you never asking....

why never ask? they ever increase?

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?

bah humbug... i never asked my fault. march can't come quick enough.

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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?


afjock21 wrote:

 


reaction wrote:

afjock21 wrote:

61 days from upgrade product change too?


American Express limits you to 1 credit limit increases per 6 months. If you had any then your no longer eligible.



CHIT!


You know Chit means something dirty in my native language.... what you mean by chit?

 


Creditaddict wrote:

1 CLI every 6 months AFTER the first CLI at 62 Days.

And you can not do PC until you have had the account for 1 year for the increase AF by credit law thing... you might be able to change if less fee but not sure.


 I feel you've tried to correct me on this, but I think you've probably read it wrong. I only stated if you have had a credit limit increase. You are no longer eligible for another for 6 months. I never stated you could not get a CLI in 62 days of a new account.

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