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Wells Fargo CLI

Wish me luck! I called CS to have a statement question answered and I figured what the heck? Why not ask for a CLI? I've had the card for four years in good standing with no increases. I didn't have the card to put it through so ill have to call back. I asked if it would be hard or soft and CSR said soft. Kinda shocked by that. I'm calling back tonight when I get home. Fingers crossed!
Wells Fargo Platinum Visa 05/2007 $1800 CL ----- AMEX Blue Cash Everyday 05/2008 $8500 CL ----- Best Buy CC 10/2010 $2500 CL ----- Chase Freedom Visa 01/2011 $3000 CL ----- Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa Signature 07/2011 $5000 CL
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Re: Wells Fargo CLI

DID YOU GET GOOD NEWS?

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Re: Wells Fargo CLI

Yes I did! Although I'm pretty disappointed. For never having a cli in four years, they only gave me 600 which brings my cl to 1800. Amex just gave me 2100 cli to 4400. Even though I don't need the credit, getting that increase after that being my oldest card is kinda disappointing. It was a soft though, so ill take it. They said they might be able to do more but it would be a hard pull. Considering I don't need it, I passed on the hard inq.
Wells Fargo Platinum Visa 05/2007 $1800 CL ----- AMEX Blue Cash Everyday 05/2008 $8500 CL ----- Best Buy CC 10/2010 $2500 CL ----- Chase Freedom Visa 01/2011 $3000 CL ----- Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa Signature 07/2011 $5000 CL
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Re: Wells Fargo CLI

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



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Re: Wells Fargo CLI

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.

AMEX Zync (NPSL) | AMEX SPG ($5,600) | BoA Cash Rewards ($5,000) | WF Visa ($5,000)
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Re: Wells Fargo CLI

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.

Wells Fargo Platinum Visa 05/2007 $1800 CL ----- AMEX Blue Cash Everyday 05/2008 $8500 CL ----- Best Buy CC 10/2010 $2500 CL ----- Chase Freedom Visa 01/2011 $3000 CL ----- Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa Signature 07/2011 $5000 CL
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