12-26-2012 12:03 PM
I apped for the Barclays Reward MC on June 25th getting an initial CL of $500 and my statement that cut yesterday had an automatic increase to $1,200.
I put over $1,000 on it each month making probably 10 payments a month on it (I know, overkill) so maybe that played a role in it. It has become my debit card due to me already getting paid about $125 to use it with the rewards.
12-26-2012 07:01 PM
My Baclays Reward got an auto CLI after 6 months. From previous threads, that's not uncommon. I had opened 3 cards between opening the Barclays and the auto-CLI 6 months later.
12-26-2012 09:43 PM
I went from $1200-$12500 in a little over a year's time on my Barclaycard Rewards MC. BK7 from '06.
Wow, nice! How? Auto/manual CLI's? Hard/soft pulls?
1 auto, 2 manual HP.
12-28-2012 08:25 PM
I hope to get my first CLI from them next month. I hope it is without a HP! I have heard they are fairly good to deal with.
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