01-07-2009 04:27 AM
It means that you're eligible for another one. Click the link--hopefully you'll get approved for it automatically w/o a hard pull.
When you got the last increase, you clicked that link, or was it though another method?
01-07-2009 05:56 AM
In my experience, when the option appears to request a CLI I've always gotten an increase of roughly 20% without a hard pull. It always has instantly approved me for the increase. Per others here, if a form appears for you to fill out, don't (unless you want a hard pull)....
Go for it and congratulations in advance for your approx. 20% CLI!!!
01-07-2009 06:12 AM - edited 01-07-2009 06:46 PM
01-07-2009 06:17 AM
In my experience, when the option appears to request a CLI I've always gotten an increase of roughly 20% without a hard pull.
This has also been my experience. +1.
01-07-2009 11:29 AM
...I just don't see how they would offer another one after 3 months
Citi has been offering me credit line increases about every 2-3 months. So, it's not unusual.
01-07-2009 12:42 PM
01-07-2009 12:45 PM
That's what I don't understand. Did you get an increase after 3 months? I know My PNC Bank Visa gives a soft every 3 months of 1500, maybe because I Bank there.
I did get an increase after 3 months.
01-07-2009 03:16 PM
well congrats. I'm not sure if they replaced the button on all accounts or just the eligible ones. Thanks
The button disappears once you use the CLI option. Most people see it again after 3 months.
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