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Requesting Odd CLIs?

Has anybody asked their respective banks for odd CLIs? Perhaps something like a $2, $690, $69, $0.99, $0.01, $1837.23, $666, $777, $123.45, 1x10^8 CLI?

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

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I once asked for 1499.99 and CSR almost freaked out

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

Haha, 1X10^8 seems like a good place to start........


Nope, never have though.

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

I have had a Cap 1 Platinum CC for 4 years and I have not received a CLI yet.  Maybe I should go after the $0.01 CLI to get the ball rolling.

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

I should try it. How about me asking CITI for a CLI of $1,233. Hahahaha!

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?











(please tell me someone gets that ^)


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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

sgs10 wrote:

I once asked for 1499.99 and CSR nearly freaked out

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Re: Requesting Odd CLIs?

FloridaState12 wrote:




(please tell me someone gets that ^)


lol, I did.  Smiley Wink

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