10-16-2012 10:24 PM
I've had my Discover for 6 months now and i want to request a CLI. i see the link on the sebsite to do so, but it says that it does work and to please call the 1-800 number. I need some input, should i wait and see if i can an auto or should i call and request? started with $1000 and a bump. thanks in advance!
10-16-2012 10:31 PM
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10-16-2012 10:39 PM
10-16-2012 11:45 PM - edited 10-16-2012 11:47 PM
Did your 6th statement just hit? Mine hit a few weeks ago but my actual 6 month isn't till the 22nd (Account Open)
I'm also hoping to get mine increased. Just a student but with a 500CL my utilization can get hit hard with even somewhat simple purchases. I'd like to raise mine up to 1500. From my understanding Discover is Soft Pull online and on phone unless they deny the request. Then they will ask permission first before hard pull. I also hear they counter offer usually so your chances are probably quite good.
I'd pay down the utilization is my only recommendation.
10-17-2012 06:40 AM
10-17-2012 06:42 AM
when a persons overall uti
, or uti on that card is high it is not advised to ask for a cli.
10-17-2012 06:43 AM
Should I call and ask for a cli even thou my uti is high? Cli is $1000, and I owe $900. Let me know what you think?
you should get your utilization down before you call... they won't really be impressed with your high balance.
10-17-2012 07:03 AM
Got it! thank you!
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