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12-07-2012 07:25 AM - last edited on 08-14-2013 03:13 PM by pizzadude
12-07-2012 07:39 AM - edited 12-07-2012 07:42 AM
I had good luck with a CLI recon by calling their Credit Department directly in SD. I had my card for 5 years and wanted to increase the limit before PCing to what I have now (HHonors Visa Sig). The gentleman in the credit department was polite, we had a real conversation and of course he raised my limit.
I cannot say if the Credit Department will help for a new account though.
I also have the number for an executive assistant and the email addresses of the execs I found when I was trying to get something done on my account. If you email the execs all at once, you could expect a call within 24 hours, but as alwasy, YMMV.
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12-07-2012 10:43 AM
Lol denied reconsideration! Ugh! Too many accounts opened but I havent even used any of those stupid credit lines!!!
WOW! How long did they reconsider? Did they immediately say no?
12-07-2012 10:48 AM
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