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Re: Credil Limit Reduction from a Credit Union?

yes.  i opened a CCCU when they were hot.  very good so far but no cli.  i want to join Alliant.  i am a member of USTA.  My scores are EQ--698    TU--733    EX Plus--761.  what do you think?  i really don't need it but i want to close a couple high interest cards.
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Re: Credil Limit Reduction from a Credit Union?


casinoannie97 wrote:
yes.  i opened a CCCU when they were hot.  very good so far but no cli.  i want to join Alliant.  i am a member of USTA.  My scores are EQ--698    TU--733    EX Plus--761.  what do you think?  i really don't need it but i want to close a couple high interest cards.

Check your account online at your 1-year anniversary.  (And continue checking, some take a little longer.)

 

If they're going to give you a CLI, that's when they'll do it:  There will be a message on your screen asking you if you want to accept it.  Say yes.  :smileyhappy:

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