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siangirl34
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Bank of America Email

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I just got this today:
 
Congratulations, because of your excellent history with us, we're increasing your credit line to $3,000. It's our way of saying thank you.

If you have any questions, please visit
www.bankofamerica.com for all your account needs. Remember: Always look for your Sitekey® image before you enter your passcode.

We value your business and are committed to helping you achieve your goals.

Unfortunatly my credit limit is already at $3000.00 and has been for over a month. :smileymad:




 


Message Edited by siangirl34 on 09-29-2008 04:02 PM
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Creditaddict
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Re: Bank of America Email

I would call them and ask what that's about then, more please!!!
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WhirledPeasPlease
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Re: Bank of America Email

This is pretty common w/ BofA.  At some point it happened to both Cheddar and me.
 
I think it's just their way to 'remind' you that you can spend with the card, lol.
 
Actually, I called when I got the email because I was like "say wha??" -- and they just told me, "Yup, you're now at 5k -- still."
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jaxstraw
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Re: Bank of America Email

I got the same latter a couple of months ago. I called and thought it was a CLI for 12k , told it was a mistake letter, then tried to get a CLI of some sort out of it. No dice.

Some sort of common problem/mistake.

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haulingthescoreup
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I kept getting it, too.

But at lest you have excellent history!
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laz98
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They are very slow with their notifications. Every time my GF gets a CLI, we know about a month before the paper trail arrives, because we pay all of our bills online. Sorry to hear they got you all excited over nothing. :smileysad:
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jaredb
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Mine was raised in June, and I have received the same 'notification' every other month since mine was raised. I also made a large payment last statement period which took away 70% of the balance. Even funnier, all of my credit card companies contacted me the same day with some type of 'reminder' or offer to get me to start raising my balance...
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Re: Bank of America Email

If you go online your account is updated immediately and you get the letter quite awhile later.  I still get notices of "your new credit line is" six months later.

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