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Re: NFCU still combine Cl?

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Happychap wrote:

Ok I heard back and they agreed to move some of my limit as requested. However, it appears such action is not always guaranteed reading the email they sent me below...:smileysurprised:

 

"Thank you for your message, Your request has been processed as an exception. We have increased your nRewards Visa to $30,000.00 and your Visa Signature Flagship account has been reduced to $20,000.00. Please be advised that future request for such type of transactions can be declined. If we can be of any further assistance, please let us know"

 

 


I was going to ask to close my Flagship and transfer the limit but I guess I better leave it for now.


This may be my fault ... I did the same thing last year after reading the 500 page NFCU CLI how it works page. I had an nRewards Visa at $35K and applied for a Flagship and was approved for $25K. I moved 30K from my nRewards to the Flagship to make it $55K, then a couple months later requested an increase on the nRewards to $25K and it was approved.

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Hmmm I was thinking of requesting another cli on the flagship later on also😉 I just got a 5k sp on it the other day which is what I transferred to my nrewards card. Not sure if the system would have approved me for more as 5k was all I asked and I got it. I probably wait 6 mths then do it again.
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Congrats on getting them to move some limit over. I tried and was told they didn't do that, but I guess line everything else. YMMV...I may try again and see if a different rep can do it.
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j_casteel wrote:
Congrats on getting them to move some limit over. I tried and was told they didn't do that, but I guess line everything else. YMMV...I may try again and see if a different rep can do it.

Yes, try again. I transferred the limit from my Flagship over to the cashRewards and closed the Flagship.

 

I asked via secure message and they did it with no problem. This was done two days ago.

 

Just make sure to redeem any points you may have beforehand.

 

 

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