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Registered: ‎01-19-2013
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BofA Cli or PC?

Ok so I did a cli online on Tuesday got the 5-7 day notice, called and was denied when I called recon. However the analyst said once I had one of my tl's removed I would most likely get the cli. I was successful in having 3 tls removed and my TU score has updated to 682. When I call recon should I ask to PC or should I ask for 5k cli? 
(Background Info: 2 baddies left on TU cr totally 1k, I PIF every month, no lates, was 123 Cash Rewards Secured card that graduated from $300 to $500 in November after 9 months) I don't want 5k....yes I do....but I don't want to lowball myself seeing as this will be a second HP.

Started from the bottom, now I'm here: 4/20/15: EX-674 TU 704 EQ-677
TU-Clean...EQ & EX-1 Paid Collections & 1 Judgement
T minus 4 months until Operation EE!!
Goal: 750 Across the board! AMEX Approved! Living in the Garden
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Registered: ‎02-07-2013
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Re: BofA Cli or PC?

If recon told you it would be good and you were seeking a CLI at the time 

My Vote = CLI



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