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Established Contributor
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Registered: ‎04-03-2013
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Discover CLI question

How long do I need to wait to request a CLI on their website for the discover IT?

Ive had it since the end of January.

 

Thanks

Super Contributor
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Registered: ‎02-27-2013
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Re: Discover CLI question

6 months to request for a CLI, but some were told that they can request CLI as soon as within 3 months of account opening.

Either ways you are good to go!
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Re: Discover CLI question

I'm not sure but when I click it online, it says its not yet available! I plan to hold out for an auto CLI anyway! My GF got one on hers after about four months! Hopefully I can have similar results!
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Re: Discover CLI question

I am tempted to click it online but dunno what to do 

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Re: Discover CLI question

Discover told me yesterday that I can request a CLI in 3 months. 

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Re: Discover CLI question

Discover told me yesterday that I can request a CLI in 3 months. 

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Re: Discover CLI question

I'm waiting 6 months I'm at 4 months this week. 2 to go plus I need to pay down some stuff before I request a cli.
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Re: Discover CLI question

Good idea. High util is a recipe for decline.

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Re: Discover CLI question

Discover is really conservative - so I'd wait the full 6 months.  When I called in to ask for a CLI for my Discover IT, they told me they usually only approve CLI's at 3 months if you have had a significant income increase, or dramatic change in whats on your credit report.  

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