06-28-2008 09:43 AM
06-29-2008 05:57 PM
06-29-2008 06:02 PM
Excellent! Good luck when you call back in a few months. Because we all know you will be calling back.
Just a quick update: No hard inquiries! YAY!
06-29-2008 06:08 PM
08-26-2008 06:03 PM - edited 08-26-2008 06:04 PM
08-26-2008 06:21 PM
WhirledPeasPlease wrote:So, I'm leaving on a few vacations here shortly and I thought OOH, it's a good time to see what Discover can do for me. They 'warned' me when I got the card that it would probably take 6 months for a CLI. (I'm sitting at 1.1k, 3rd lowest TL out of 12.)For entertainment purposes only I called to see if there was anything that could be done w/o a hard inq. The nice CSR said "No worries, I can pull a soft inquiry that will not affect your score." Uh huh. I checked my EX for softs/hards and I don't see anything. I can't pull TC until later in the day to be sure they didn't hard EQ/TU.She also reminded me that it will probably take 6 months before they will allow it w/ a soft, and that I've only had the card for 4 months.Sure enough, no CLI. You bet I'll call back in 2 months. In the meantime, I'll update this post if I see any hards!I just love my Discover More card. I was looking over my past statements and noticed that I earned more than 20 bucks in cash back for the first quarter of the year. I asked her about this and was told that the cap for the first quarter was 5 percent on up to 800 in purchases, instead of the normal 400.I hope this helps somebody!
08-26-2008 06:36 PM
UpUpUp wrote:Andrew do you have the HSBC Discover card? HSBC is even worse at giving CLI.
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