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Did anyone ask for CLI after automatic CLI from Discover?

Just got my automatic CLI. But I think it is too low.

Is there a chance I call discover CSR and ask for another CLI?

I heard that Discover only allowed one CLI every 6 months.

 

Thanks

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Re: Did anyone ask for CLI after automatic CLI from Discover?


haoniukun wrote:

Just got my automatic CLI. But I think it is too low.

Is there a chance I call discover CSR and ask for another CLI?

I heard that Discover only allowed one CLI every 6 months.

 

Thanks


you probably could but it will most likely result in a HP....but doesnt hurt to try....if you can afford the inquiry and your credit looks good then go for it!

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Re: Did anyone ask for CLI after automatic CLI from Discover?


dodgerslv wrote:

haoniukun wrote:

Just got my automatic CLI. But I think it is too low.

Is there a chance I call discover CSR and ask for another CLI?

I heard that Discover only allowed one CLI every 6 months.

 

Thanks


you probably could but it will most likely result in a HP....but doesnt hurt to try....if you can afford the inquiry and your credit looks good then go for it!


Thanks for your advice. But most probably, I'll apply for a mortgage early next year. I prefer to avoid the HP.

Maybe I should just leave it there.

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Re: Did anyone ask for CLI after automatic CLI from Discover?

I did it online last time I got an auto CLI from Discover.  It was a SP.

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