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Re: Does this mean I was Approved?

Four months is a little soon for a CLI. I wouldn't worry about it. You have to be careful- with some cards everytime you ask for a CLI you get a hard inquiry. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Does this mean I was Approved?

yup, 4 months is too soon to ask for CLI. You should call back because maybe that person was giving you wrong information. My first card is Platinum Plus too and it gets CLI every 6 months.

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Re: Does this mean I was Approved?

I wasnt asking for an increase really just wanted to know if I could get an increase at 6 months. But that rep is not the only one to say that everyone I have spoken to has.
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Re: Does this mean I was Approved?

I was denied. Dont know why. Nothing has changed on my credit report since I recieved my unsecure credit card.
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