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Posts: 3,017
Registered: ‎06-03-2008

Re: My attempt at a Discover CLI..

:smileysad: That's strange then.  I am reading here that Discover is hard to get CLI with, but I wouldn't expect Cap1 to out do them. I have very little hope for my Discover More card and CLI!
Regular Contributor
Posts: 244
Registered: ‎10-15-2007

Re: My attempt at a Discover CLI..

Did the CLI happen?
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Posts: 565
Registered: ‎02-21-2008

Re: My attempt at a Discover CLI..

I have had the Discover More Since April 06, starting limit was $7,500. At exactly the 6th month mark I received an auto of $1500. Every since then I ask for an increase and they don't pull. My current limit now is the Max that you can have without them pulling a hard which is 15K. I was told there are no soft pulls above 15K.
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