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Recon Questions

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Hi, I've had a Chase Platinum MC for almost 2 years now with a low limit of $200(I got the card when I was 18). I attempted a CLI last month and was denied. I am currently 20 years old, have never been late on any payment, have the full spectrum of accounts (cc's, mortgage, auto loan) and have about 50% utilization on my cc's. All of my other CLs are $1000 or more, how should I go about a recon to get a CLI? EQ FICO is 577 :smileysad:

Message Edited by codeman5022 on 05-21-2008 08:23 AM

Message Edited by codeman5022 on 05-21-2008 08:23 AM
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Re: Recon Questions

just call the backdoor number you see at the top of forum under backdoor numbers.
But right now chase does not like debt at all!
if you are over 50% on all your cards that have higher limits, they probably won't budge... but they already pulled your credit so won't hurt to ask.
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