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Re: Oh NO - I hope I didn't wake up FR Dept


shtws wrote:

 I don't need the CLI so I'm not gonna call them and question it.  I have no negative accounts on my CR unless they count my inquiries.  I think its just linked to my old charged off account.  I don't want to take my chances anymore. 

 

IF they don't close my account and maybe after 1 year of better history, I'll consider it. 

Has anyone ever received automatic CLI? 


haahaa I think back in the day I did, but now I know better.  I think most on this board are proactive about asking for cli. Just wait the year.  I think you are okay in meantime unless you do something silly.

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