06-19-2010 02:58 PM
Went shopping today with my Macy's card I open in April 2010. I had 100cl spent 98.00 today came home called Macy's just a few minutes ago to ask for increase and was granted 500 more. I know they don't report cl any more, but this was my first ever cli. So I'm happy as can be and wanted to share with the greatest credit forum around . Bye the way they do ask Three questions like what type of car you finance were you use to live I guess they were for some type of security purpose that they compare to your credit profile. I'm going to pull my mpm report in a few to make sure they didn't hard inq me. TU610 eq632.
06-19-2010 04:29 PM
Congrats on the increase!! Let us know if they HP for it.
I ended up replacing the non reporting macy's CL with CLI on other cards since I have some BT balances and wanted to keep UTI down as I payed
06-20-2010 09:18 AM
CLI's are fun stuff! Way to go!!!
And it's good to know that Macy's is still giving out CLI's even though they're not reporting them.
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