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Chances of Citi CLI if I do a BT?

Logged into my account and saw this offer. Wondering if I can negotiate a CLI if I take them up on this BT. Still hoping to get a SP offer but my account is still saying "we may pull your report".

 

Has anyone had any experience getting a CLI with BT offers through Citi?

 

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Re: Chances of Citi CLI if I do a BT?

Personally I do not consider this a good offer.

 

I have a couple of Citi cards which is currently offering 0% until May, 2015 with 3% Fee.

 

Call Customer Services and see if they have any other offers available for you.

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Re: Chances of Citi CLI if I do a BT?


Cleanmachine wrote:

Personally I do not consider this a good offer.

 

I have a couple of Citi cards which is currently offering 0% until May, 2015 with 3% Fee.

 

Call Customer Services and see if they have any other offers available for you.


I agree. Although I don't have a Citi card myself, I know that calling and reaching a supervisor can be pretty good if you're looking for additional offers, retention bonuses, etc. As for the CLI prospects, I don't really think a BT would help you any more than just continued responsible use of the card.

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Re: Chances of Citi CLI if I do a BT?

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Thanks for feedbacl. I'm currently paying down my original BT at 0% which expires in December 2015. Barclay's has been known to increase CL with the amount of $$ used on a BT so I thought perhaps Citi may be in line with that.

 

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lhcole77 wrote:

Thanks for feedbacl. I'm currently paying down my original BT at 0% which expires in December 2015. Barclay's has been known to increase CL with the amount of $$ used on a BT so I thought perhaps Citi may be in line with that.

 

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have you tried checking Citi's website to see if you are eligible for a SP CLI?

 

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Re: Chances of Citi CLI if I do a BT?


enharu wrote:

lhcole77 wrote:

Thanks for feedbacl. I'm currently paying down my original BT at 0% which expires in December 2015. Barclay's has been known to increase CL with the amount of $$ used on a BT so I thought perhaps Citi may be in line with that.

 

 edit: typo


have you tried checking Citi's website to see if you are eligible for a SP CLI?

 


Hi enharu!

 

I have and it is still saying that a report may be pulled. Next month will be 9 months with the card. Maybe a SP will come my way then or at 12 mos. =)

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