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10-12-2012 06:50 AM
How did you get Chase increase that much ????
When I had just got my Discover with a CL of $3500, I called the rep that I've dealt before at the executive office. I told her that I just got a Discover with $3500 limit, but ultimately wanted to bank with Chase. She asked me how much I wanted, and I said, $3500-$4000 would do. She got back to me the next day and gave me the approval.
At this time, my Discover wasn't even reporting yet. She just took my word for it. I think it's important that I had a prior relationship with the rep.
I'd like to get a higher CL on the CSP. Should I call and request a CL now or after my possible 3x CLI on the BCE?
10-12-2012 06:56 AM
You had very successful apps process in +3 years........congrat again
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10-12-2012 07:50 AM
Incredible story with chase and congrats for those new beauties you there there. Are you planning for something else or just garden now?
Actually whats more amazing is that I started with the Slate with a CL of $300 11/2011. Not even one year later I have a $4000 CL. I'm looking forward to PC the Slate to Freedom next month and maybe another CLI to $5000 so I can get a Visa Signature.
That would be so sweet! CPS World MC, Freedom Visa Signature, AMEX and Discover...maybe I'm dreaming too much right now. haha
Thanks for all the support guys and gals!
10-12-2012 03:18 PM
Well, just got home all excited to get the package and...it wasn't here as it was promised. I called the CSP line to make sure it wasn't lost or stolen and it wasn't even sent. They said that they have to send me the disclosure first, then the card...well I wish they told me that. Basically he told me that he couldnt do anything.
So I hung up and called again, got a different rep this time and said she will rush it out for Monday, latest Tuesday delivery. She was also willing to send it to my work address when the 1st regular rep refused to do.
I kind of am taken back on the inconsistency with info between the 2 CSP reps. I've already heard people rave about the customer service. Maybe its going downhill??
Looks like my excitement through today ended in disapointment
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