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Firestone CLI?

Hi everyone. I've had the Firestone card for about 8 months now. STarted at $1,00 CL and still there. I have a small balance and have always paid on time but I'm not seeing the luv button. OR maybe I am not looking in the right place.  Has anyone called and requested it?  WHere is it usually located in the online portal? Under Card Services?

 

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Re: Firestone CLI?

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Serveral months ago the luv botton on CFNA disapeared for me and never came back

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Re: Firestone CLI?

You have a credit line of 1k? Thats what I have also. Just out of curiousity out of all places why do you want an increase for them? I think they are ridiculously over priced on EVERYTHING except tires.. 1k was, and always will be plenty enough for me to shop there.

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