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Re: WalMart Auto CLI, but only $100 !!!

Congrats on the auto CLI -- progress is progress. One of the things that I like about GE cards is that they tend to be SP, so you have nothing to lose by trying for more. Good luck!


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Re: WalMart Auto CLI, but only $100 !!!


tinuviel wrote:

Congrats on the auto CLI -- progress is progress. One of the things that I like about GE cards is that they tend to be SP, so you have nothing to lose by trying for more. Good luck!


Well because it was a SP, figured it couldn't hurt and made the call. Asked my how much of a CLI I was looking for and I told him I would like to bring my limit from the original 600 to 1800. Asked me a couple questions, put me on hold. About a minute later came back on the line with "congratulations I was able to raise your limit to $1800 !!! 

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Re: WalMart Auto CLI, but only $100 !!!


PCMedic wrote:

tinuviel wrote:

Congrats on the auto CLI -- progress is progress. One of the things that I like about GE cards is that they tend to be SP, so you have nothing to lose by trying for more. Good luck!


Well because it was a SP, figured it couldn't hurt and made the call. Asked my how much of a CLI I was looking for and I told him I would like to bring my limit from the original 600 to 1800. Asked me a couple questions, put me on hold. About a minute later came back on the line with "congratulations I was able to raise your limit to $1800 !!! 


way to go

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