10-27-2012 06:55 AM
I requested a Citi CLI last night and was declined with the letter will be mailed withing 7-10 days. I thought my last request was in December last year because of a hard inq they did. When I went to the document center online to see if the letter would be therer I noticed/forgot I had done an CLI request on May 2 which was also declined. Basically I'm thinking this was declined because it hasn't been six months (missed it by like a week). Does anyone have experience with how long after a citi decline should I wait? I'm thinking I could request again in November because it would be 6 months but now I started the clock again by requesting a week early...
10-27-2012 06:59 AM
What reason(s) did they provide for the decline?
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