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Posts: 33
Registered: ‎08-07-2008

Re: How Long to wait for CLI request with Amex since non usage?

Cant wait to see the reason for the decline, Cap1's reason was "No customer iniciated CLI at this time."

Will book my trip on my Blue Sky though, 0% APR untill June 2010 :smileywink:

CapitalOne VentureOne ($5k) PFFCU Visa ($5k) Discover More ($12,1k) AMEX Blue Sky (10k) Citi Diamond Preferred (3,1k) Citi Forward (13,8k)
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Posts: 401
Registered: ‎02-23-2009

Re: How Long to wait for CLI request with Amex since non usage?

Goodluck with CLI increase from Cap One, usually they deny all request AS ALWAYS. Unless they do account review themselve without you asking.

For AMEX, I have $2000 CL which isnt enough for anything and it seems they will never increase it. It's time for me to play game back with the credit card company, whoever treats me nice, I'll use their cards more often. Whoever doesn't, it goes on IDLE and they WILL NOTICE after several months....




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