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Credit One CLI...

I just checked my credit monitoring service and saw that Credit One bank gave me an increase without my even asking. I wasn't ever going to ask because this card is temporary but I will definitely take it. My limit was $200 and now it's $325. I've had the card for 6 months now. So, I'm definitely happy.

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Re: Credit One CLI...

When I had the card I noticed they'd give regular CLIs every 3-6 months assuming you had a perfect payment history and more than likely PIF each month. I started with $200 and it went to $650 in less than 2 yrs, before closing it. DW, on the other hand, started with $300 and is now at $500 at the 2-yr mark and she hasn't PIF all too often.
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