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llecs wrote:Thanks for the input you'all. When your cards unsecured, when did you see the CLI? At the next statement? The following month?
10-05-2008 05:10 PM
Wanted to update....
Got a letter early last week saying Congrats that they unsecured the card. And they said they will mail the $99 within 2 weeks. Well, I was cleaning house and found a $99 check that would have come before I got that letter, maybe 3 weeks ago.
The CLI button came back after a 2-3 week hiatus also. BUT no CLI. Oh well. I'll wait until next statement before I decide whether or not to call.
10-05-2008 05:58 PM
Go ahead and call tomorrow morning. I wouldn't hit the CLI button online. I have five CCs with BoA and they have always been very hopeful with my CLIs. Started off with the secured card for $300 back in Sept 06 now have a 12K CL on it, but a total of 22.5K on all of their CCs combined. If I wanted to I could move all of that CL to one card and close the others out. But hey they are positive TLs so I will keep all the cards.
Reason I tell you to call instead of the CLI online button is because twice I was declined on the website but when I called up two days later they relooked at it and give me my CL.
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