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Citi CLI Request

Hello all I have recently dealth with the capital one executive office and after multiple callback for my card from$750 to $2500 Ive also successfuly gotten my cli from chase from $800 to $5000 and cli on discover from $1700 to $7000 but I have been unable to get citi credit card to budge and wanted to know if anyone had any tips for cli with citi I just found there executive office number and am awaiting a response to increase my line with them they keep declining me has any dealt with there executive office before for citi? I really am trying to take advantange of there balance tranfer offer Im trying to get a cli from $4000 with them to $10000

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Re: Citi CLI Request

Citi has been generous with cli via soft pull for some members. How high is your util and when did you open the account?
A more detailed profile would allow members to give you better advice.


PNC Secured 2000 (Dec12), Chase Amazon 2000 (Apr13), CapOne Newcomer 2500 (May13), Citi dividend 3000 (May13), Discover IT 1000 (Jul13), Amex BCP 6000 (Jul13), Chase Southwest 10000 (Jul13), Chase Marriott 12000 (Oct 13), BofA Travel Rewards 5000 (Dec13)

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Re: Citi CLI Request

uti on credit report is 29% going down once new credit lines report to 24% and once  these inquiries are removed in the next 30 days by my dipsutes

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Re: Citi CLI Request

bump

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Re: Citi CLI Request

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92SelfMade wrote:

bump


Citi is a twice a year chance at CLI every 6 months

Hope this helps

Congarts on the other CLI's 

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: Citi CLI Request

I agree Citi cli would be SP after 6 months in most cases. I have limited history and Citi gave me highest unsecured credit limit after recon.
There is one option under account services for cli. Try that and post the result.


PNC Secured 2000 (Dec12), Chase Amazon 2000 (Apr13), CapOne Newcomer 2500 (May13), Citi dividend 3000 (May13), Discover IT 1000 (Jul13), Amex BCP 6000 (Jul13), Chase Southwest 10000 (Jul13), Chase Marriott 12000 (Oct 13), BofA Travel Rewards 5000 (Dec13)

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yea I know but im going to manipulate them into giving me an increase I just dont know how they are stingy $4000 does any1 know there credit analyst number im guaranteedto get increases if bank have credit analyst I always win with them i hate computers

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Re: Citi CLI Request

If you are using the Citi card heavily and making multiple payments then you contact Citi EO.
They do not have g8 track record of approving every request but you would be able to get increase based on your Chase and Discover success.


PNC Secured 2000 (Dec12), Chase Amazon 2000 (Apr13), CapOne Newcomer 2500 (May13), Citi dividend 3000 (May13), Discover IT 1000 (Jul13), Amex BCP 6000 (Jul13), Chase Southwest 10000 (Jul13), Chase Marriott 12000 (Oct 13), BofA Travel Rewards 5000 (Dec13)

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Re: Citi CLI Request

has any1 dealt with there eo im still awaiting a callback with a status of my requests

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I got my card approved through EO last month. Very slow to respond. Took one whole month for application review. I was happy because they gave me my highest unsecured credit card limit.


PNC Secured 2000 (Dec12), Chase Amazon 2000 (Apr13), CapOne Newcomer 2500 (May13), Citi dividend 3000 (May13), Discover IT 1000 (Jul13), Amex BCP 6000 (Jul13), Chase Southwest 10000 (Jul13), Chase Marriott 12000 (Oct 13), BofA Travel Rewards 5000 (Dec13)

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