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Re: Discover 6th statement CLI questions


enharu wrote:

I'm kinda confused.

A friend of mine just got approved, and during the phone call to get her card activated, the agent told her that she could call in after 3 months to get her credit limit increased.


There has been another thread mentioning about this policy change as well, but several people had tried but were told to wait for 6 months.

Does that 3 month CLI window apply for certain customers only then? :/

 


I am not sure either. In any case, if the softpull CLI option doesnt exist, that would suck!


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Re: Discover 6th statement CLI questions

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It seems there policy may have changed. I haven't called back yet to try since my statement just updated today.
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Re: Discover 6th statement CLI questions


09Lexie wrote:
It seems there policy may have changed. I haven't called back yet to try since my statement just updated today.

Good luck to you!!!


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Re: Discover 6th statement CLI questions

@lexie please keep us updated!

I'm forced to wait anyhow because several of my cards reported at >90% utilization. Still got about 18 days before my CSP statement cuts again. I will try to have everything report 0 except for 1 card so I can ask discover, Macy's, Bloomingdales and Wells Fargo for a CLI next month.

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Re: Discover 6th statement CLI questions

 

Update:

I tried the chat feature and they asked to call next month to see if a soft pull CLI is possible on my account.

 

 


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