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Household/HSBC luv button

So I signed on and checked the luv button. Message reads "we may obtain a copy of CR in order to ...". If I hit it, will it be a hard or soft pull?
I was honestly expecting the same ol' " we are not processing CLIs at this time" message.

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

WOW i jsut checked too...

 

It says "In order to process your request, please contact a customer service representative."

 

 

Hmm....maybe it will start working soon? Does Orchard usually do hard pulls to increase credit limit or soft?

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

Never tried before, searched and haven't found my answer yet, so I made this thread. I'd like to try it, but don't want to waste an INQ on this just yet. Would love to hear from anyone with experience on this topic.

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

Did you hit the button and receive the same initial message, or did it say to call from the gitgo.

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

I went to customer service tab, then to request credit limit increase, then it jsut says form unavailable please contact customer service etc.

 

This morning it said "we are not giving out credit limit increases. sorry." like it has for as long as ive had the card....so this somehow seems like progress...lol

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

So we got different messages. My screen alerted me of a possible pull should I continue (I didn't). If it is confirmed to be a soft pull, I'll do it. I don't know that a hard pull is worth the risk of getting a small CLI vs. using it for a better card down the road.

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

yeah...my card is an Orchard Bank card but thats pretty much the same.

 

I've only had the card since May so maybe thats why its not even giving me the option...who knows. Maybe it will change in the next 24 hours or soemthing...I hope so. It would be nice if it was a soft pull, i'd definitely do it... this $300 is a joke when im being approved for $2300 Apple Barclays Card and AMEX Green but what can ya do...

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

I have an orchard account and it also says "In order to process your request, please contact a customer service representative" instead of "we are not processing CLIs at this time".  If anyone has any luck with a CLI please post here...


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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

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Mine was opened late July, so I don't think that's the reason for the different messages. I was approved for discover one week later. Don't know if it helped or not, but I don't think I need it anymore. I hope someone chimes in and let's us know whether it'd be a hard or soft pull.

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Re: Household/HSBC luv button

Just got $1k CLI on my HSBC RZMC via the site and no hard pulled.

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