03-19-2017 10:51 PM
03-20-2017 12:30 AM
03-20-2017 01:41 AM
Received the 2day message when I requested a CLI, hadn't heard anything in around 3-4 days so I secure messaged Discover and was told to call the Portfolio department to update income and employment info... That they were still reviewing it or something like that...
Has anyone else ever had to do this?
My card was once secured if that makes a difference
You can update income and employment information on your profile page.
I've never had to do it but in my first year with Discover every CLI required a HP with the exception of one. Don't get discouraged with Discover your credit limit will grow. They can be a little finicky during the first year with some credit profiles. You are not alone. Recently, I got a $7K CLI. It's the highest CLI I have ever gotten from them. I usually get $1500 each request. Don't give up!
03-20-2017 01:43 AM - edited 03-20-2017 01:44 AM
Yep. Lots of us are in this mess. Read my post from a few weeks ago.
Those of us who had secured cards... seems when graduating we get a CLi but after that all CLIs get the 2 day message and then denied because the system thinks we are still secured even tho they know we aren't. They have been saying for months they know and it will be fixed in 48 hours ... but it never is. Very frustrating
Have you tried calling or using the chat feature for CLIs? If yes, is it the same outcome?
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