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Credit Cards with Auto CLI's

Of the following companies/banks.. which is known to do auto CLI's ?

 

Chase

Bank of America

Discover

AMEX

 

Just wanted to know to plan for future CLI's.


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Re: Credit Cards with Auto CLI's

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Gemb cert store cards all do it. 

 

Also, discover tends to do them, chase sometimes does them.

 

something to note - requests with amex for CLI's will only be a soft pull if denied. with BOA YMMV

In my wallet, Discover More, BOA 1 2 3. AMEX PRG (au)

EX-722(AMEX DENIAL)
EQ-692
CK-734
CS-703
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Re: Credit Cards with Auto CLI's


The_Gardener wrote:

Gemb cert store cards all do it. 

 

Also, discover tends to do them, chase sometimes does them.

 

something to note - requests with amex for CLI's will only be a soft pull if denied. with BOA YMMV



Actually, requests for CLIs with Amex are a soft pull if approved or if denied.  Gotta love that!

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Re: Credit Cards with Auto CLI's

None of the major 4 you listed usually do. However they may not all require HP's based on the scenario

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CribDuchess wrote:

The_Gardener wrote:

Gemb cert store cards all do it. 

 

Also, discover tends to do them, chase sometimes does them.

 

something to note - requests with amex for CLI's will only be a soft pull if denied. with BOA YMMV



Actually, requests for CLIs with Amex are a soft pull if approved or if denied.  Gotta love that!


Gah, valid point. i didnt mean for it to sound like it was a hard if you get it. thank you.

In my wallet, Discover More, BOA 1 2 3. AMEX PRG (au)

EX-722(AMEX DENIAL)
EQ-692
CK-734
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Re: Credit Cards with Auto CLI's

I just got an auto CLI from Chase after 3 months of using the card. A few others have reported auto CLIs from them in the past month as well. BofA used to give them, but I haven't received one in quite some time.
FICOs: EX: 826, EQ: 817, TU: 810
Bank of America Privileges with Travel Rewards Visa Signature - $23,200 CL
Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature - $12,700 CL
Chase United MileagePlus Club World Elite MasterCard - $26,500 CL
Citibank American Airlines Executive World Elite MasterCard - $22,500 CL
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Re: Credit Cards with Auto CLI's

In terms of auto cli (ie they give you cli without any efforI on cardholder's part), I find bofa and discover do them.  Chase and Amex a little bit.  But in all cases, if ou actively request cli, your cl will grow much faster.

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