06-25-2009 02:43 PM
06-27-2009 01:28 AM
It's frequently necessary to contact Chase to request a CLI. Chase pulls a credit report to review a CLI request.
Chase is known to be actively paring credit lines, so prospects for approval may be weaker than what they once were. That said, I requested a $7.5K CLI in February against a $17.5K CL that had been in place 2 years. It was granted within 1 hour.
06-29-2009 09:49 PM - edited 06-29-2009 09:50 PM
i got a cli from 4500 to 6000 in april (chase freedom).. i didn't ask for it, and my account was new - only 2 months old at the time
06-30-2009 10:49 AM
Yep. Chase gave me a CLI and I didn't even have to ask. Went from $15k revolving limit to $20k. Sweet!
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