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So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

And who did it to you? (and why if you know?)

I'm interested to see this all in one place
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

Chase - Said debt load was to much AFTER we paid card off
Amex - Credit reports getting crossed with auth user
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

Barclays/Juniper....CLD on first use of the card from $2000 to $750.
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

I'm pretty sure Target was Balance chasing me when they lowered my cl from 3500 to 900 so I closed the card myself. It ticked me off b/c as I said I'd run a bunch of money including paying it off through the card in the previous two months.

I did take a cash advance on it last month and now I wonder if that did it b/c they took my cash advance limit away completely when they lowered my credit line.
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

I really don't see why cash advances freak out creditors so much. If they are bothered by them that much, they need to just not offer that service.
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?



FretlessMayhem wrote:
I really don't see why cash advances freak out creditors so much. If they are bothered by them that much, they need to just not offer that service.


I agree, it's weird. I can't imagine that a cash advance for a small amount is truly worth a CLD. Why offer the service if it is just going to result in AA?
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

RBS, or Royal Bank Of Scotland. I have NEVER been late with a payment in my life, but one month, back in 2001, it somehow got lost in the mail. They called me, and we rectified the problem, and I paid via phone. The payment was NEVER reported as late, as they contacted me 2 or 3 days after the due date. They then shrunk my 5500 credit line down to 500!!! I didin't even have a balance on the card at the time, just a 25 or 30$ purchase that I PIF. I was not late with ANY other payments, but utilization was high on one particular credit card that I was paying off.
 
I cancelled it, and since then, have gotten several "we want you back" offers. They can keep em for all I care.:smileyhappy:
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

Amex.  I would by new running shoes to be able to stay ahead of the chasing, but they CLD me too low to buy new running shoes.
 
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

Has Cap 1 done a CLD I dont seeing anyone mention it on the forum.
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Re: So who's been balance chased or CLD's lately?

Capital One hit me with one back in 2001. $1500 limit, knocked down to $1200, which was about $100 more than I had on the card. Haven't had one since then.

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