09-03-2013 04:16 PM
Never had a review and once I was late by one day they CLD me by 350.
Never been late before and always make very large purchases and use card regularly, never pay interest.
They say it was because I have high balances on other cards and I know that is not the only reason as I have had balances 30% higher months before and paid them down.
Anyone ever have luck reversing this?
09-03-2013 08:36 PM
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09-03-2013 08:46 PM
I think you can call the recon number to see if they can reverse it. Another forum member was CLD by barclays as well. he called recon and they were able to reverse it.
I concur with enharu. Since you mentioned you had a decent payment history/usage on the card, it wouldn't hurt to try using the above channel. More often than not, the CLD was a system decision and not actually made by a human. Technically, the oversight was yours, but hopefully they can "forgive" this instance and reinstate your CL.
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