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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI


navigatethis12 wrote:

I requested one a week after approval and another about a month later. Both were approved with no problem. As long as everything is in good shape you should be fine.


Really?? So there is no timeframe between CLI requests??

 




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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI

I would guess not. It was a business card, but I do not think that would make that much of a difference.

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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI


navigatethis12 wrote:

I would guess not. It was a business card, but I do not think that would make that much of a difference.


Yea im thinking you have to give it 6 months between CLI requests.

 




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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI

Well certainly no harm in waiting. In credit the longer you wait, usually the better the file gets.

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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI

I called within an hour of my Freedom card approval and got a SP CLI from $3k to $15k. I'm planning to call again this week for another CLI and will let you guys know how that goes. I don't think Chase has any hard rules on CLI's.

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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI


bribro wrote:

I called within an hour of my Freedom card approval and got a SP CLI from $3k to $15k. I'm planning to call again this week for another CLI and will let you guys know how that goes. I don't think Chase has any hard rules on CLI's.


It sounds like it with everyones input.

 

Think i'm going to wait it out until sometime next year, Discover just recently denied me a CLI and I need to repair my AAoA and agwe my new accounts.

 




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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI


bribro wrote:

I called within an hour of my Freedom card approval and got a SP CLI from $3k to $15k. I'm planning to call again this week for another CLI and will let you guys know how that goes. I don't think Chase has any hard rules on CLI's.


Which number did you call to get a soft pull? I have 4 hard pulls in the last 2 years from First USA Bank (Chase reports as this sometimes) for denied CLIs.

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Re: Minimum time requesting Chase CLI

I had some downtime at work so just called in my CLI request - they bumped me up to $25k CLs on both my Freedom and CSP cards with a SP.

 

Just to be clear, in the vast majority of cases a CLI from Chase will be a HP. SP's are the exception, not the rule.


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bribro wrote:

I called within an hour of my Freedom card approval and got a SP CLI from $3k to $15k. I'm planning to call again this week for another CLI and will let you guys know how that goes. I don't think Chase has any hard rules on CLI's.


Which number did you call to get a soft pull? I have 4 hard pulls in the last 2 years from First USA Bank (Chase reports as this sometimes) for denied CLIs.


800-436-7961 is the number for the executive line.

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