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Chase Starbucks Card CLI

Called and asked for CLI on my Chase Starbucks card. I asked for $5k CL, but they increased the CLI from $4300 to $4800.

 

I asked for the product change to Saphire and CSR said this card does not qualify for product change and I need to apply for Saphire if I need that card.

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Concord you are a brave man calling Chase for a 700 Dollar CLI.
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concorduser wrote:

Called and asked for CLI on my Chase Starbucks card. I asked for $5k CL, but they increased the CLI from $4300 to $4800.

 

I asked for the product change to Saphire and CSR said this card does not qualify for product change and I need to apply for Saphire if I need that card.


 

Don't you feel like a man trying to go up the down escalator?
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concorduser wrote:

Called and asked for CLI on my Chase Starbucks card. I asked for $5k CL, but they increased the CLI from $4300 to $4800.

 

I asked for the product change to Saphire and CSR said this card does not qualify for product change and I need to apply for Saphire if I need that card.


IMHO, it is always better to operate from a position of strength. You clearly have some!

 

Congratulations!Smiley Happy

 

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I find I get the best results when I care the least about the outcome...
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:
I find I get the best results when I care the least about the outcome...

 

Agreed......good post!
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I spend lot of money and always do PIF and never carry balance. Always maintain zero debt. I dont see any reason to be worried about dealing with these companies. If any these companies pulls a fast one on me I'll drop them in a flash of a second like I dropped 3 Amex cards few months ago.
Message Edited by concorduser on 08-07-2009 12:31 PM
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concorduser wrote:
I spend lot of money and always do PIF and never carry balance. Always maintain zero debt. I dont see any reason to be worried about dealing with these companies. If any these companies pulls a fast one on me I'll drop them in a flash of a second like I dropped 3 Amex cards few months ago.
Message Edited by concorduser on 08-07-2009 12:31 PM

 

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concorduser wrote:
I spend lot of money and always do PIF and never carry balance. Always maintain zero debt. I dont see any reason to be worried about dealing with these companies. If any these companies pulls a fast one on me I'll drop them in a flash of a second like I dropped 3 Amex cards few months ago.

You go "G"!

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concorduser wrote:
I spend lot of money and always do PIF and never carry balance. Always maintain zero debt. I dont see any reason to be worried about dealing with these companies. If any these companies pulls a fast one on me I'll drop them in a flash of a second like I dropped 3 Amex cards few months ago.
Message Edited by concorduser on 08-07-2009 12:31 PM

Like Jerry Reed said Concord make it count son. I ain't calling Chase for $700.

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