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Re: Discover CLI - DENIED for $500

I just got an increase from 1500 to 3000 from discover. i had to call and had to hard pull. Ive had discover for 2.5 years and a 740 credit score. it was my only card at the time of increase. no late payments and paid in full every month

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Registered: ‎06-21-2013

Re: Discover CLI - DENIED for $500

Ah Okay. Its not life threatening if I dont get the increase, I just figured it would be nice to see the increase on my credit. I think I might wait about 6 months when I apply for new cards (Probably Capital One Student or AMEX BCE and Chase Freedom) and see if I can get an increase with Discover. And I will probably get rid of my Secured Capital One.  

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