09-10-2012 06:37 AM
No I didn't initiate it. Each time I hit the 'Luv' button it said it was not eligible at the time. I even hit it the day before the increase. Go figure haha.
09-10-2012 09:07 AM
I know a way to get your Walmart TU FICO multiple times per month. Of course I don't think we're allowed to talk about how.
You can't say that and not tell us!
Do you think getting cash back when making a purchase at Walmart has any negative effect on getting a CLIs from them? When I applied for one of my cards (don't remember which one), they asked if I take cash advances. I usually never do but I have got $60.00 from Walmart twice. Just wanted to see how it works and if the limit is $60.00 per month or just $60.00 per transaction (It's per transaction). My card will be PIF montly.
If you look at your statement they will list your cash advance limit, its $60 per day. Mine is $200 I don't think it grows normally.
09-10-2012 06:24 PM
I got shot down when I tried for a CLI after receiving my new card. Tried the # on the back of the card and the back door #. I received my denial letter today. The reason listed is -
Insufficient experience at your current credit limit.
So... I'll put the card to use, PIF each month and maybe I'll see some love from there in 4-5 months.
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