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Re: When should I request a CLI with BOFA


mjbfan79 wrote:

msheresy wrote:

Did you do a product change or leave it as the platinum plus?


Yes i did a PC i was told it takes a few weeks to process.


 

Did you do that on the same call or did you call back to a different number?
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Re: When should I request a CLI with BOFA

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msheresy wrote:

 

Did you do that on the same call or did you call back to a different number?
No i called later that evening to do a PC. I called one of the back door numbers.

 

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Re: When should i request a CLI with BOFA

You can always call customer service and see if you qualify for an auto CLI.  If you do that won't result in a hard pull because they've already soft pulled you and have calculated you qualify.  A good way to go about it is to call and see what offers they have for balance transfers or direct deposits and ask if you qualify for an auto CLI.

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