12-28-2010 04:07 PM
Last week( Dec.20), I clicked CLI button to request BofA Accelerated Rewards Amex. It didn't give me any instant decision and it came back to call for instant decision. Today, I just checked website and they just increased from $10K to 15K . I didn't think they would give me any CLI. I was shocked .The account has been open for only 5 months.
I don't usually use their cards. It is not one of my favorite.
12-28-2010 07:32 PM
Congrats! Your success inspired me to ask for a CLI since I have had my account for 10 months. I asked for $1,500.00 increase, and got it approved. Like most, I was instructed to call a credit analyst, and I did. He asked for income, occupation, and reason for wanting the increase.
12-28-2010 10:09 PM
I just checked my Caller ID and they called me at home. They didn't leave any message. I didn't feel like to call credit analyst. I had bad experience talking to them. Last time. I got grill and CLD. It wasn't pleasant. I don't really care much nowadays.
12-28-2010 10:31 PM
Congrats! I went from 1000 to 3200 in 3 months with that same card!
12-29-2010 10:10 AM
Not Only that. I called BofA Automated System on my WP Visa Signature and they transferred me to CSR. They told me my account has been downgraded to Platinum Plus WorldPoints Visa (under $5K). I like Amex. They didn't do that to me. They really give me real CLI.
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