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Re: Citi CLI-How much do they typically approve?

I'm in the same boat. Looks like it will be a hard pull. I'm going to hold off on the CLI.
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Re: Citi CLI-How much do they typically approve?


Dubious wrote:

@longtimelurker

 

Did they send you a denial letter last time? What were their reasons? 

 

Might be worth a shot if those reasons have gone away or if you have a recent soft on file. 


The reason was too much credit for income.   Apparently not good enough reason for my boss to give me a big raise!  And since then I have had CLIs on other credit card so that would make the problem worse. 

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Re: Citi CLI-How much do they typically approve?

This is what I am trending. 

 

CITI TYP 6.5K to 16K - 6 months old - increased the begining of this month

TY 1,750 to 2,750 - 3 years old - increased yesterday - I got this card when I was rebuilding

 

Looks like the card I got during rebuilding that they dont want to give too much luv


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