01-16-2013 11:03 PM
I have been using my CSP for a bit over a month now and have run just under $4k through it in that time frame. I was approved for a Freedom on 12/15 and have run over $1k through it in that time frame. I plan on waiting until the 3rd statement cuts on both cards to see if I get any autocli love but if I don't I'm curious if I should pull the trigger on a CLI request or wait a bit longer, 6 months perhaps. To that length, would I be able to ask for a CLI on both cards? I was hoping for a CLI to $10k on the CSP and $5k on the Freedom. Would it hurt to ask for more on the CSP as I would really like to ask for $15k?
01-17-2013 04:13 AM
Chase likes to see usage and payment history. All cli's are a HP.
01-17-2013 04:27 AM
01-17-2013 06:19 AM - edited 01-17-2013 06:22 AM
Wait atleast 6 months as other have said.
Have you thought about getting a CLI on 1 card, perhaps on the CSP, then just transfering part of the CL over to the Freedom. This would save you a HP.
Edit: Please don't take this the wrong way but I wanted to add that your other CL are not that high and it is kinda unusual that Chase approved you in the first place. This may hurt your chances of getting a CLI. Was your application an instant approval or did you have to recon?
01-17-2013 08:15 AM
My approval for the CSP was instant, i quite honestly did not expect to be approved. I'm on a lucky streak it seems as my approval for the Freedom was given only 2 weeks later and I was instantly approved for the PRG and BCE at the beginning of this month. Perhaps I'll shoot for $15k on the CSP at the 6 month mark and transfer $4k to the Freedom. By then I should have a $6k limit on my BCE as well.
01-17-2013 08:31 AM
what were the requirements for getting approve for a CSP card? I am planning to growth my CL on my WM GE up to 5K. but I just dont see the rest of my cards growing that much anytime soon. Any recomendations?
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