07-11-2011 03:39 PM
07-11-2011 10:02 PM
07-11-2011 11:13 PM
It's better than nothing I guess. I also have a Wells Fargo card, my starting limit was 1500 and I got 300 dollar increase last month. I did not even ask for the increase, they just gave it to me. It would appear that we have similar portfolios. Mine is as follows:
Best Buy Card (2006) 1,700 CL ----- AFCU Platinum card (2008) 10,000 CL------ Wells Fargo Platinum cash back (2009) 1,800 CL------
AMEX Costco True Earnings (2010) 4,000 CL------ AFCU line of credit (2010) 1,000 CL
07-12-2011 12:40 AM
In my Experience WF is all about small but consistent CLI. I call every six months, and always get a small increase. It seems like you have to push them for it though.
07-12-2011 07:46 AM
Yes, I believe I will call them again in six months. Not usually a fan of calling that soon but if this card is going anywhere, seems like that's the only way.
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