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GECRB CLI Button question?

When you click on it does it *always* go to the page that says:

 

 

"Please provide your current annual net income"

 

 

Meaning they don't give you an answer one way or the other until you enter your income?

 



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Re: GECRB CLI Button question?


pazuzu wrote:

When you click on it does it *always* go to the page that says:

 

 

"Please provide your current annual net income"

 

 

Meaning they don't give you an answer one way or the other until you enter your income?

 



Yes. on your question.  It's impressive that you've stayed 'sober' since 2011


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Re: GECRB CLI Button question?


pakman92 wrote:

pazuzu wrote:

When you click on it does it *always* go to the page that says:

 

 

"Please provide your current annual net income"

 

 

Meaning they don't give you an answer one way or the other until you enter your income?

 



Yes. on your question.  It's impressive that you've stayed 'sober' since 2011



pakman92 wrote:

pazuzu wrote:

When you click on it does it *always* go to the page that says:

 

 

"Please provide your current annual net income"

 

 

Meaning they don't give you an answer one way or the other until you enter your income?

 



  It's impressive that you've stayed 'sober' since 2011

 


No apps/new accts since 2011

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Re: GECRB CLI Button question?

And the results are?

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: GECRB CLI Button question?

I click that silly button all the time and I always get that message wanting net income.  And I always get denied.  My advice is to skip the button and call them at 1-877-379-8173.  Best time to call is evenings (it's evening NOW!) and weekends - they seem to be more generous then.  I called them and they increased my limit from $3600 to $10,000.  And I had only had the card for just under 3 months.  And it's a SP.

 

Good luck if you decide to go for it.  Can't hurt to ask.

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Re: GECRB CLI Button question?


CribDuchess wrote:

I click that silly button all the time and I always get that message wanting net income.  And I always get denied.  My advice is to skip the button and call them at 1-877-379-8173.  Best time to call is evenings (it's evening NOW!) and weekends - they seem to be more generous then.  I called them and they increased my limit from $3600 to $10,000.  And I had only had the card for just under 3 months.  And it's a SP.

 

Good luck if you decide to go for it.  Can't hurt to ask.


Now there's a tidbit for sure.  Been trying to get mine increased and nada.  I'll make a call tomorrow evening to see if it works out for me.


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