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haulingthescoreup
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Re: Bank of America Rules!! CLI approved!


wcnghj wrote:

wcnghj wrote:

So is this the luv button? The one that pulls a S-IQ?

 

https://ccss-rva.bankofamerica.com/ccss/creditLineIncreaseEForm.el_uif

 


Anybody?



The problem is that the link leads to a log-in screen, not directly to what you were trying to show us.

If you log into your account, and click on the name of the CC so that you are actually on the CC page, you will see a column of links over on the left. Look under "balance summary", and then "available credit." There will be a hyperlink there called "Request a credit line increase."
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wcnghj
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Re: Bank of America Rules!! CLI approved!

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haulingthescoreup wrote:

wcnghj wrote:

wcnghj wrote:

So is this the luv button? The one that pulls a S-IQ?

 

https://ccss-rva.bankofamerica.com/ccss/creditLineIncreaseEForm.el_uif

 


Anybody?



The problem is that the link leads to a log-in screen, not directly to what you were trying to show us.

If you log into your account, and click on the name of the CC so that you are actually on the CC page, you will see a column of links over on the left. Look under "balance summary", and then "available credit." There will be a hyperlink there called "Request a credit line increase."

I found it :smileyhappy:. It says right on the page no inquiry will be made :smileyhappy:.

 

http://img509.imageshack.us/img509/6153/foundfr5.png

Message Edited by wcnghj on 11-23-2008 06:01 PM
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JJF
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Re: Bank of America Rules!! CLI approved!

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thebostonredsox wrote:
If the application is declined, call New Card Underwriting and ask them for a recon to review your app manually.

I completely missed the online automatic screening and automatic paper decline letters.  I overlooked recon means a real person actually looks at your credit card application and credit report.

Message Edited by JJF on 04-11-2009 06:40 AM

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