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Registered: ‎02-17-2008

Capital one CLI

I got a capital one card in June. I called last month and received a 500 dollar CLI. Today credit steps kicked in 4th statement. I received another CLI of 500. The paper I received had said I would get 250 so I am very happy with the 500.
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Re: Capital one CLI

Congrats!
 
I keep looking for mine, but not yet. Smiley Mad


1/28/14 EQ 817, (6/30/14)EX 821, TU 817 on 6/13/2014

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Re: Capital one CLI

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Credit Hopefull, I just got approved for this card with a $300 limit.  Are you saying that after 2 months you got your limit increased to $800 and then to $1300 a month later?  Were you carrying a balance on your initial limit?  I'm trying to understand.  I want to use this card to get my score bumped up.  If it can really happen ths fast, that does give me hope indeed!
Message Edited by almost_there on 10-05-2008 11:06 AM
11/2013 FICO: 517 (TU), 560 (EX), 539 (EQ)
11/2013 FAKO: 593 (TU), 591 (EX), 595 (EQ)
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