08-19-2012 02:29 PM
I've had my CSP since April but have put around $6000 thru it and PIF each statement balance. I would like to get it to $10,000. My other chase card is freedom with $6000!limit. CSP has $5000. The freedom is about $1800 balance now as I took advantage of 0%. I could pay off but don't really want too. Should I wait til next month to call and ask for CLI on CSP? When I do call should I call exec or reg back door?
08-19-2012 02:48 PM
I would wait only after 6 months of having the card to ask for a CLI. With Chase, more than likely it will be a HP, so don't waste one right now!
08-19-2012 05:29 PM
Chase was a HP for a cli increase for my case.
08-19-2012 06:29 PM
I got my CSP and Freedom in February and have put several thousand dollars through them since. The other day, right arounf the 6 month point they auto CLI'd me from 5k and 6k respectively to 8k each. Maybe they'll show you some luv!
08-19-2012 07:57 PM
did you cli with freedom? or was it always that good?
hard pull? auto cli?
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08-19-2012 10:04 PM
Is your Freedom the visa signature version? If not you ciuld prob call the exec iffice & have them transfer part of the freedom limit to your CSP (unless you are planning on putting a lot of charges on the freedom b/c of the zero apr.) Not exactly what you want but you woudn't take a HP for it.
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