09-01-2012 04:25 PM
I've had my Chase Sapphire for less a month when it ended up in the shredder (long story). I logged on to my account and ordered a replacement which arrived today. I called Chase to activate the card and the rep said I was eligible for a CLI. I asked him how that can be since I've only had the card less than a month and my first statement didn't cut yet. He said he didn't know why, but I was eligible. He said it would be a hard pull. Hard pulls don't bother me so I said go ahead. It came back "pending" and said they'll notify me by mail. The rep told he could connect me with a credit analyst who could help. Long story short. My CL went from $7000 to $20,000. I was hoping for $10,000 and they gave me $20,000 and all I did was call to activate my card. Go figure.
09-01-2012 04:32 PM
WOW! Almostr 3xcl in less than a month!
Congrats!! I hope they like me when I get a card with them haha.
09-01-2012 04:36 PM
Congrats! I was just approved for the CSP on recon today. Hope Chase shows me the same love.
09-01-2012 04:38 PM
Wow, Congrats.. I should shred my Freedom card and see if i can get a nearly auto-cli
09-01-2012 04:45 PM
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09-01-2012 05:55 PM
Hmm, almost tempted to shred the CSP to get a . . . oh wait the card is made of metal, it would kill the shredder. Time to get out the power tools, I think the Dremel might work.
09-01-2012 06:53 PM
Now that was some major love! Congratulations!
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