08-10-2013 05:15 PM
Yay, like I was saying, I don't know what I am going to get, but a new iMac is certainly possible and I don't want to max it out. So, I guess its worth a shot....HP or SP and what line to call? Credit An... or CS?
Pretty sure I called the analyst number. Good luck.
08-10-2013 05:27 PM
Cool, I just called the Customer Service line, (actually for another question) was going to wait until monday for Credit Analyst to open back up, but I asked the lady and she was very nice and she said ya, we can process it...She goes they *should* use the HP they just did yesterday, but I will know in 48 hours. I asked her what she thought the chances were of getting the increase was and she thought really good. I asked for $1,300 more to make it an even $3,000. She asked me how much I wanted....So, fingers crossed!!!
08-10-2013 05:33 PM
Hey, they called already and don't think a new HP, but nada on the CLI yet. But, he did say that they are very good about doing them as you grow and use the card. Oh well, but I know it will grow with me...So, its all good.
08-10-2013 05:43 PM
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