06-28-2013 04:50 PM
06-28-2013 05:00 PM
Cap One upped my limit on my BBRZMC this week so I thought why not try on my orchard card too. Makes sense right, considering its now my lowest limit and has been stuck at $400 for 4 years. Well the EO called and said sorry your credit profile doesn't allow for an increase at this time?!? What???? I informed the rep that you just have me an increase on my other card why not this one? He said he would research that fact and see what he could do for me. Now I'm worried they will reverse the decision on the BBRZMC, is that possible? I mean my credit has seriously improved since I got both of these cards and I just don't get their train of thought sometimes? Any one have any insight here?
Stuck your head in the gator mouth huh....Lol jk
Hopefully they see the error of their ways
06-28-2013 05:06 PM
06-28-2013 06:10 PM
I had a Cap1 cc for about 5 years, I got it at 300 and they did a CLI to 500 3 months later or something like that, after that I never ever again recieved a CLI increase, I call them pretty much every 6 months, nothing. Then one day barclay send me a pre aproved offer for thier rewards cc got approved at 1500, so after I got the new cc I called cap1, right to the cancelation dpt. they ask me what would make me a happy customer, I told him a reward program and a CLI to at least 1000, they declined, all right cancel then, I was happy. When I applied to the barclay card since I like the inquires to age together I applied for an amazon store card the GE one, that got a 6 month no interest payment plan, they approve me for 600 right off the bat 100 more than cap1 with a 4 years old account, and 2 months later they auto increased my CL to 900 without me asking, do yourself a favor and deal with another bank.
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