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BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?

CLI time i'm at 61 days should I LUV BUTTON?? 2x or 3x?? Need answers fast as I am addicted to CLI LUV.

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

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


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What just happened here!?!? Lol

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

62 Days and 3x

 

Are you on 2 accounts or was it just lucky the way it looks above?!

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

 


Creditaddict wrote:

62 Days and 3x

 

Are you on 2 accounts or was it just lucky the way it looks above?!


I think that fellow was just joking with me.

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

afjock21 an example of an Amex cli timeline is...

You activate your Amex revolver --->

After 61 days from activation of the card you become eligible for a cli (many people successfully get 3x there initial limit for example $2,000.00 would become $6,000.00) --->

You then become eligible for another uncrease 6 months after that. I've read that you can get your limit as high as $25,000.00 this way.
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Walmart M.C. - $7.5k - Citi T.Y.P. - $10k- Chase Freedom - $5k - Chase Marriott - $7.4k - U.S. Bank Cash + - $6k -
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Re: BCP 61 days, 6 mo., who knows?

I apparently need to get an Amex card when I clean up my credit lol.



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

I would wait for 61 days from the date of activation. It's much safer this way. If you can check your last soft inquiry from Amex.

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

61 days from upgrade product change too?

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