03-22-2009 02:34 PM
I called my creditor, the machine answered and I requested for a CLI. It gave me $1200 on ebay M/C without hard pull. I called again and asked for another CLI. It gave me $1500. no hard pull again.
It is really strange for me, but it only shows that according to their formulas I could get more CLI, but they act just conservatively in the first step. I am not gonna call again but you might wanna try on other CCs also.
03-22-2009 04:35 PM
GE CLD our ebay mastercard a few months back, so I just called in and asked for half of it back in a CLI and they said no through automated system.
Your lucky if you ask me that they gave you 2 CLI in 1 day. They are super stingy
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