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Re: Cap1 secured to unsecured

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Re: Cap1 secured to unsecured

the higher your limit the higher the credit step CLI. in july of this year they offered to raise me from 1200 to 1500. I didn't even bother because i knew i was about to close it anways. I started with the 49/200 card, so i would have had a 1500 cl on a 1049 deposit. It Was never going to unsecure though.

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YahComb wrote:

the higher your limit the higher the credit step CLI. in july of this year they offered to raise me from 1200 to 1500. I didn't even bother because i knew i was about to close it anways. I started with the 49/200 card, so i would have had a 1500 cl on a 1049 deposit. It Was never going to unsecure though.


All posts I've seen, it varies between 100 and 300 and the higher deposits get the higher CLI.    I got $300 on $2200.

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