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Capitol one credit step program question

Just received my first credit step CLI with Capitol One.  Whoo hoo.  Has anyone gotten auto CLIs after the second step/7th statement?
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Re: Capitol one credit step program question

My GF opened her account in January with a  CL: $500 and around  May she received an auto increase to $1000 and  in september they increase her again to 1500. I've the same card and I haven't received any increase since early of last year and mine is cap at 2000.
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Re: Capitol one credit step program question

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i have a cap one they increased me also from 500 to 1000 then to 1500 now i think its caped at 1500 for about a year
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Re: Capitol one credit step program question

So, is it then the prevailing consensus that after credit steps, Cap One will not perform a credit line raising review of accounts for 12 months?

I have seen posts where folks have prompted early CLI by PIF when that previously was not their MO.  I may give that I try.  Anxious to work on breaking through the credit limit ceiling!:smileyhappy:

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