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riker20 wrote:

Nothing as of yet this morning.  I'll watch throughout the day and post as soon as I see it.

 

If I do get approved for this CLI, I might see about going to the Flagship card and continue my journey to 80k.


think you should just call up and say you slept on it, you want it PC to Flagship and CLI to $80k... thanks :smileyhappy:

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NFCU countered back and gave me 48k.  GRRR.. just 2k shy of 50k.

 

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riker20 wrote:

NFCU countered back and gave me 48k.  GRRR.. just 2k shy of 50k.

 


Nicely done!  Still a victory no matter how you look at it and... was not declined :-)  Granted $50K would be a more "even" number but I'm sure it's still feasible by year's end? 

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riker20 wrote:

NFCU countered back and gave me 48k.  GRRR.. just 2k shy of 50k.

 


Ughh! Did you take a HP to go from 45-48k? Oh no you didn't! IMO, you shouldn't have pulled the trigger. 45-50 won't do squat for you. You should have PC'd to Flagship and asked for 80K instead. 


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I'm not really thrilled to have a 2nd card with AF, so I don't mind being limited to 50k on this card. I'm positive it is a HP, but I don't mind. Not apping for a mortgage or any more cards in the foreseeable future. So another inquiry, no big deal.
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riker20 wrote:
I'm not really thrilled to have a 2nd card with AF, so I don't mind being limited to 50k on this card. I'm positive it is a HP, but I don't mind. Not apping for a mortgage or any more cards in the foreseeable future. So another inquiry, no big deal.

Whats your spend like? 5000  gives you 10K points, enough to credit your AF. I'm sure you are happy with 50K on one card. Who wouldn't be? Its just that the 5k bump doesn't translate to much of a gain if it costs you a HP. So if you really want to play the NFCU game, you should try to snag 80K. That I'd love to see. 


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riker20 wrote:

So I've been sitting at 45k on my NFCU Plat for about 5 months now.  Been itching to see if I can go to 50k.  Its the max for their cards except for the Flagship Siggy.  So I logged in and filled out the form.  Got the usual 3-5 day message.  Yes I know its a HP.  Heck they HP for even just thinking or muttering their name.  Now its a waiting game...

 

Let everyone know once I get a response.  Maybe when I wake up in the morning I will have a nice surprise!

 

 


i can only dream of those limits lol

 
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riker20 wrote:

NFCU countered back and gave me 48k.  GRRR.. just 2k shy of 50k.

 


Doh! Well, at least it wasn't declined. Discover recently did something similar to me by giving me 24.5k instead of 25k when I requested a CLI.

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