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Re: Pay down your debt before you apply for GE CLI..

I have four GEMB cards for the last year no more CLI, I have excellent credit and use the cards something is going on with them
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Re: Pay down your debt before you apply for GE CLI..


Smug wrote:
I have four GEMB cards for the last year no more CLI, I have excellent credit and use the cards something is going on with them

I know from my experience it seems like once you get to a certain CL with GE they stop the Auto CLIs. You need to initiate each one either through the Luv Button or by calling in and requesting. I've never had more than 3-4 Auto CLIs on any of my GE cards before I had to start hitting the Luv Button.

 

and across all my GE accounts with the Luv Button it always doubles my CL when I initiate it, no matter the card or the current limit, it just doubles it exactly.  

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