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Should I apply for a CLI again?

I have a FPB card I got in January this year.  I asked for a CLI in June and they said it was to early should i apply again, since its been a month??
 
Thanks.
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

wit for 6 months, so probably just a week or two more
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

Just out of curiosity how do you figure a few more weeks?  they started reporting on my CR in Jan and when I applied last time it was 6 weeks ago and they said it was to early. 
Gardening since 5/3/2016
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

well july would be 6 months depending when in jan it was open, so I say just to be safe go to the next month!
When you applied 6 weeks ago it must have been at month 5 in the system!
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

Thank you for your prompt response creditaddict !!!  I will wait Smiley Happy  I am just so anxious but I know patience is the key to good credit.
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

I would wwait until you have paid your 6th bill, or preferably your 7th
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

Wait for it to auto-cli or they will charge you for a customer initiated CLI.  $25 I think.
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?

Can I ask what an FPB card is?  Sorry.
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Re: Should I apply for a CLI again?



jamesb40517 wrote:
Can I ask what an FPB card is?  Sorry.



First Premier Bank?  (I think)
 
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