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CSP CLI earliest time?

I got my CSP account opened March 13th this year.

 

I've run it up to 30% and paid it off in full once.

 

I want a higher limit. This requires a hard pull.

 

Too soon? I'm currently gardening and churning to reach the promotional amount of points, this is not a problem because this will be my main card. But it currently has one of my lowest limits.

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Re: CSP CLI earliest time?


gen-specific wrote:

I got my CSP account opened March 13th this year.

 

I've run it up to 30% and paid it off in full once.

 

I want a higher limit. This requires a hard pull.

 

Too soon? I'm currently gardening and churning to reach the promotional amount of points, this is not a problem because this will be my main card. But it currently has one of my lowest limits.


General wisdom would say to wait at least 6 months, but everyone's experience will be different. Some will get a CLI in 3 months and some will not have gotten one in over a year. Good luck.

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