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US Bank Platinum CLI

US Bank CC with $6000 CL. It had been 6 months so called in for a CLI. I was asking for $10000.

The rep told me she can raise it to $8000 immediately then I would have to wait for their credit department to review the request for $10000.

She asked few more incomes, employer questions. When she submitted it, their system showed I'm approved for $10000 CL effects immediately.

"Sir, do you accept it?"

WOW... Gotta love US Bank.

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Re: US Bank Platinum CLI

Very Nice! Jealous! i can't wait to even get a 5k + credit card. Congrats! :smileyvery-happy:

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Re: US Bank Platinum CLI

Thanks bud! I too, was dreaming about 5k CL CC 2 years ago. Now, my highest CL on a single account is $15k. Thanks to all credit experts on this forum.:smileyhappy:

 

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