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Weird Amex question

In August I massged the CLI button but only asked for a 50% increase. Should have gone for 3X but was a little nervous. From all I've read (here) they won't grant another CLI for 181 days...... but the Luv button is hanging out and tauntig me, LOL! Is it just there for temptation?


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Re: Weird Amex question

Yes I believe so lol. From what I understand you have to wait the full 6 months after the initial 2 month CLI.
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Re: Weird Amex question

True, they won't grand another cli until 181 days.  I think the button is left there due to some sadistic computer programmer who lives just to send out the denial letters while laughing all the time. LOL

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