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I've heard of this happening before.
Just for future reference, if the reallocation were to drop your FICO scores, you can always call a credit analyst via the back door number and ask them to undo the reallocation. At least that way, though you receive no CLI (you could try finessing the credit analyst on the same call), your FICO scores won't suffer.
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