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Re: Thank you Best Buy

Congrats!!!
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Dishpro wrote:
Did you use the backdoor number or the CLI button the website?

When I got my increase. I called the number on the card and somehow eventually got to somebody who manually reviewed my credit. I always get declined on the website. Thin file and lots of INQ's.

 

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Congrats on your new limit.

 

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Dishpro wrote:
Did you use the backdoor number or the CLI button the website?

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Mike360 wrote:

I opened my Store Card on Black Friday of last year and they gave me $3000 to start which is really great cause they denied me 2 years prior. Fast forward 6 months and they gave me a credit limit increase from $3,000 to $4,500. So just now i thought since the holidays are coming up why not try my luck again for another CLI w/ Best Buy and i got a NO-HASSLE SOFT PULL increase to $6,000.

 

$3,000 > $4,500 > $6,000 all within my first year of account being opened. No other creditors have came close to that.


Is your Best Buy card a Cap1 card?

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MountainHiker wrote:

Mike360 wrote:

I opened my Store Card on Black Friday of last year and they gave me $3000 to start which is really great cause they denied me 2 years prior. Fast forward 6 months and they gave me a credit limit increase from $3,000 to $4,500. So just now i thought since the holidays are coming up why not try my luck again for another CLI w/ Best Buy and i got a NO-HASSLE SOFT PULL increase to $6,000.

 

$3,000 > $4,500 > $6,000 all within my first year of account being opened. No other creditors have came close to that.


Is your Best Buy card a Cap1 card?


I think it could be the Chase version. Cap1 is never this generous!! Congrats Mike360!!

 

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maiden_girl wrote:

MountainHiker wrote:

Mike360 wrote:

I opened my Store Card on Black Friday of last year and they gave me $3000 to start which is really great cause they denied me 2 years prior. Fast forward 6 months and they gave me a credit limit increase from $3,000 to $4,500. So just now i thought since the holidays are coming up why not try my luck again for another CLI w/ Best Buy and i got a NO-HASSLE SOFT PULL increase to $6,000.

 

$3,000 > $4,500 > $6,000 all within my first year of account being opened. No other creditors have came close to that.


Is your Best Buy card a Cap1 card?


I think it could be the Chase version. Cap1 is never this generous!! Congrats Mike360!!

 


Best Buy has a Chase card version? I was under the impression only Cap1 and Barclay financed Best Buy cards,no?

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MountainHiker wrote:

maiden_girl wrote:

MountainHiker wrote:

Mike360 wrote:

I opened my Store Card on Black Friday of last year and they gave me $3000 to start which is really great cause they denied me 2 years prior. Fast forward 6 months and they gave me a credit limit increase from $3,000 to $4,500. So just now i thought since the holidays are coming up why not try my luck again for another CLI w/ Best Buy and i got a NO-HASSLE SOFT PULL increase to $6,000.

 

$3,000 > $4,500 > $6,000 all within my first year of account being opened. No other creditors have came close to that.


Is your Best Buy card a Cap1 card?


I think it could be the Chase version. Cap1 is never this generous!! Congrats Mike360!!

 


Best Buy has a Chase card version? I was under the impression only Cap1 and Barclay financed Best Buy cards,no?


I don't believe they offer that card anymore..I haven't seen it recently.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Finance/Make-Payment/pcmcat226300050002.c?id=pcmcat226300050002

 

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Ah never mind. Ignore my previous post! I just google searched around. I don't think anyone has this card anymore b/c Chase and Best Buy apparently ended their relationship so Chase began closing the Best Buy credit card accounts of consumers. Weird!! So yea, poster mostly likely has the Cap1 card!

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Global/Chase-Cardholder-Notice/pcmcat253500050000.c?id=pcmcat25350005000...

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MountainHiker wrote:

Mike360 wrote:

I opened my Store Card on Black Friday of last year and they gave me $3000 to start which is really great cause they denied me 2 years prior. Fast forward 6 months and they gave me a credit limit increase from $3,000 to $4,500. So just now i thought since the holidays are coming up why not try my luck again for another CLI w/ Best Buy and i got a NO-HASSLE SOFT PULL increase to $6,000.

 

$3,000 > $4,500 > $6,000 all within my first year of account being opened. No other creditors have came close to that.


Is your Best Buy card a Cap1 card?


It was HSBC when I opened it which is now Cap1 since the takeover. 

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