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Re: Best Buy CLI!


mjbfan79 wrote:

Does the MC offer 0% interest on certain purchases like the store card?


Unfortunately, no.  Smiley Indifferent

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Re: Best Buy CLI!

I just clicked the love button on my BBMC and got 

Functionality Unavailable
We are currently not accepting Credit Line Increases online. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Anyone else get this message???

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Re: Best Buy CLI!

Yes I get that message all the time

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Re: Best Buy CLI!


Qtip4 wrote:

Congrats!!  I just got one too!!  Went from $1920 to $2400 and only had the card since the end of July!!  Smiley Happy


Congrats to you BOTH! These were self-initiated requests, or autos? I remember a thread where someone said that they were told HSBC BB was not acepting self initated requests.....


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Re: Best Buy CLI!


Pushto700 wrote:

Qtip4 wrote:

Congrats!!  I just got one too!!  Went from $1920 to $2400 and only had the card since the end of July!!  Smiley Happy


Congrats to you BOTH! These were self-initiated requests, or autos? I remember a thread where someone said that they were told HSBC BB was not accepting self initiated requests.....


 

Thank you!  Mine was self-initiated. I just hit the luv button to see what would happen. I was pretty shocked because it was such a new acct.  I charged $620 on it and had only paid it down to $450 at the time.  I think the BB store card is different than the MC with this and I also think it has something to do with which tier card you receive initially. 

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Re: Best Buy CLI!

[ Edited ]

Just came across this thread tonight and decided to give it a try.  Called the 800 number on the back of the card, entered my income when prompted and received an instant increase of $1100!  My new line is $4700!  I've only had this account since June.

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Re: Best Buy CLI!


rbh wrote:

Just came across this thread tonight and decided to give it a try.  Called the 800 number on the back of the card, entered my income when prompted and received an instant increase of $1100!  My new line is $4700!  I've only had this account since June.


Is that the store card or the mc?

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Re: Best Buy CLI!

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john398 wrote:

rbh wrote:

Just came across this thread tonight and decided to give it a try.  Called the 800 number on the back of the card, entered my income when prompted and received an instant increase of $1100!  My new line is $4700!  I've only had this account since June.


Is that the store card or the mc?


It's the store card. My RZMC still has the original $4000 limit. They still aren't accepting customer-initiated CLI's I believe.

 

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Re: Best Buy CLI!

On the back of your card, is it with Chase or HSBC for your BestBuy store credit card?


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Re: Best Buy CLI!

I just tried again to obtain a credit line increase on my BestBuy credit card via the internet where you type in your income and it came back that they weren't able to offer a credit line increase.  My credit line is only $800 with BestBuy.


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