11-06-2012 02:36 PM
Hello everyone! I was denied a CLI on my Paypal smart connect card and the reason stated was " insufficient experience at your current credit lin
11-06-2012 02:51 PM
probably an auto-rejection based on the amount of time, so they didn't even pull your report. Technically you have to wait 4 months to ask for a cli, though they can give you an auto-cli at anytime. I remember when i tried to ask for a cli 3 months after my last, i got the same response, and no score. When i get a counter offer and reject, i get a letter giving me my score.
11-06-2012 03:16 PM
paypal smart connect give 0% financing offers? i was approved for PPSC for 300 and was auto cli to 2200 and only used it one and for about $56
11-06-2012 04:06 PM
Call the underwriter number and ask for an increase...I'm sure you can find it here on the boards somewhere. I have only had my card since July 2012 started with 500 was auto increased to 600, last month I called the underwriters and was increased to 1200 and 3 days ago increased to 4000 ....i will ask for another increase sometime in January.
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