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CLI Button for BofA???

I'm on the BofA website trying to find the "luv' button...my secured graduated yesterday...and all I got was a graduation....no increase???...so I'm looking for the button....or should I call???...
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Re: CLI Button for BofA???

It's normally on the left of the screen right under the available credit area. If you don't see it, you might wanna try the backdoor number.
Here we go again...
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Re: CLI Button for BofA???

Yeah...it's not there...I'll call...thanks!!!
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Re: CLI Button for BofA???

So I called....BofA gave me this BS story about having to wait 6 months after graduation to get a CLI...saying they don't automatically increase upon graduation...they would have to do a hard pull...more BS....I'm in the middle of a mortgage loan....and "NO NEW INQUIRIES"...so I couldn't just use the hard pull....I'm upset...
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Re: CLI Button for BofA???

sorry to hear that, sly!  hopefully you will be able to get a cli in a couple of months.

 

right now i am tempted to press the button on our boa card, but i want to get the balance down a bit, so that i don't invite either a rate-jack or a cld.  gotta be careful nowadays!

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