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Not Good to Be Bored

Long day.  Just got home a little bit ago.  Reading the boards and thinking, "Hey, I got my HHonors card over a year ago.  14K with no auto CLI."  So I requested one.  BAM  $25K.  Then the buyers remorse.  Should have asked for more.  Didn't need to do it.  PLEASE let this be a soft, but it probably won't be.



Starting Score: TU 672 EQ 654 10/20/09
Current Score: TU 775 EQ 783 EX 799 (PLUS)
AMEX Delta Platinum $35K, NFCU Visa Signature $30K, HHonors Reserve Visa $35K, WF $13.5K, IHG Rewards Club MC $25K
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Re: Not Good to Be Bored

Congrats on the CLI! If it was a Hp, at least it was worth it
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Re: Not Good to Be Bored

Big Congrats!!! that is one nice CLI (HP or not)!

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Re: Not Good to Be Bored

I'm bored now and want to pull the trigger on DCU or NFCU....LOL

 

Congrats on your increaseSmiley Happy

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Re: Not Good to Be Bored

Nice increase! Congrats!



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Re: Not Good to Be Bored


DrJim wrote:

Long day.  Just got home a little bit ago.  Reading the boards and thinking, "Hey, I got my HHonors card over a year ago.  14K with no auto CLI."  So I requested one.  BAM  $25K.  Then the buyers remorse.  Should have asked for more.  Didn't need to do it.  PLEASE let this be a soft, but it probably won't be.


Congrats nice CLI

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Re: Not Good to Be Bored

Good stuff!
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