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So I called CSR to ask when I am eligible for a CLI on my discover ( sitting at 1500), she said I will be able to request on this Friday 7/26/13.

How much should ask? Lol ( double? Or up to my highest limit and let them counter offer?) so far this is my lowest CL, CC. Since I am in the garden for a long time I might as well try CLI, will this be a soft?


BCE- 30000 -BOA 123 14400 -Freedom- 28789- Citi Forward- 19900 -Citi DC- 23800-CSP 22.5k
Garden mode 3/25/14

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Registered: ‎11-05-2010

Re: DISCOVER CLI 3month?

I hear it depends on your spending pattern in the last 3 months and also ur credit report. Have you carried a balance in the last 3 months?
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