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Re: Discover CLI

There are actually two different methods they employ to do a CLI upon request. Either 1)based on your account history alone or 2) "full application" which includes a hard pull. Call in, ask for a CLI, and the rep will tell you either a) you were approved for a CLI of XXXX amount or b) additional information will be needed to consider you for a CLI and request your permission to do a hard pull. They will not do a hard pull without specifically asking your permission.
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Re: Discover CLI

If you did not ask for it then they, undet the FCRA, CANNOT
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Re: Discover CLI

If the CLI was NOT asked for or authorized by you, then the law (FCRA) prohits them from making a hard pulll.   Not my opinion.  It is law. 
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Re: Discover CLI



RobertEG wrote:
If the CLI was NOT asked for or authorized by you, then the law (FCRA) prohits them from making a hard pulll.   Not my opinion.  It is law. 


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Re: Discover CLI

If you didnt ask for it they based it on your account history with them they do do auto cli's every so often
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Re: Discover CLI



RobertEG wrote:
If the CLI was NOT asked for or authorized by you, then the law (FCRA) prohits them from making a hard pulll. Not my opinion. It is law.





Thanks! That's good to know!
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Thank you and the other guys for all the input excellent  no late payments 10K just received my sixth statement last week.


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Re: Discover CLI


RobertEG wrote:
If the CLI was NOT asked for or authorized by you, then the law (FCRA) prohits them from making a hard pulll.   Not my opinion.  It is law. 

what is the law that prohibits an automatic credit limit increase from being a hard pull? 

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Re: Discover CLI

I just used the automated CLI request from the phone number on the card.  I asked for $ 500.00 and it was approved with a soft.  This was my first request since 05/2008.  I made a note to try again in 6 months.

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Re: Discover CLI

Same here.  Had the card for about 15 mths now.  I asked for 2 CLI's using the automated phone option.  They were both soft pulls and you can enter how much you want to request as a CLI.  I went from $2.5-->3k-->5k.   I asked at the 6th and 12mth.   I was a chicken on the 1st one since I read that 5k is really pretty good for Discover.

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