07-02-2013 12:38 PM
Since I recently had a great Success with Cap1 one EO on all my three cards, I'm thinking to contact Discover EO office for CLI. I got $300 incease after 6 months and now my limit is $1500. What you think about that???? I read on other boards people did have success on it.
BOA Priviliges: $10000
Merrill +: $15000
BOA Amex: $15000
AMEX Platinum: NPSL
AMEX True Earnings: $8000
AMEX HHonors: $10000
CAP One Platinum: $10000 (thru EO Office)
Cap One Cash Back: $10000( Thru EO Office)
Cap One Best Buy: $7500 (thru EO Office)
07-02-2013 12:45 PM
You typically want to use EO as the last resort, and you should try exhausting Discover credit dept first before escalating. Have you spoken to an analyst for a manual review with HP?
07-02-2013 01:08 PM
It is HP and probably TransUnion too. I got my limit via the credit dept, took a HP for it but worth it. The credit dept can manually review and make a decision, I'm sure you could get a much higher limit if you try.
07-02-2013 03:19 PM
I second CLI with Discover was done with only a SP. I told them I wanted the CLI but I didn't want a HP. The credit analysis took my information and then told me it was approved. They also told me that if they would need to do a HP, they would let me know before doing it.
Now my first CLI with Discover was a HP.
Hope it works out for you.
07-02-2013 05:51 PM
EO should be the last resort. I've had my Discover card for almost a year in September and still no credit limit increase. I heavly use this card as well and I just pushed a $1400 payment through to them. Oh well. I'm just not gonna use it anymore for now b/c I have higher limit cards that meet my needs.
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