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Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?

I can't fid it and I've had the card for over 3 months as they suggest and have paid in full each time. 


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Re: Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?

There isn't one. You have to call and it's usually after the 4th statement
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Re: Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?


09Lexie wrote:
There isn't one. You have to call and it's usually after the 4th statement

+1...credit solutions number...i'm on my third month and got denied...letter came back and said not enough history...lol



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Re: Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?


djc1puno wrote:

09Lexie wrote:
There isn't one. You have to call and it's usually after the 4th statement

+1...credit solutions number...i'm on my third month and got denied...letter came back and said not enough history...lol


+2

 

You have to call for love.

 

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Re: Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?

Yeah, there is no luv button for PayPal.  I got my first auto increase after the 3rd or 4th month.  I was actually surprised by it!  I did not expect it in any way, shape, or form.  It just happened and I didn't even notice it right away.  I actually called them and asked what date it happened.  Furthermore, I got a manual increase later through the credit solutions department.  That was a nice increase too!  My original limit was $1500, the auto increase was to $3,000, then the manual was to $7,500.  The card was opened in January!  So a $6,000 total increase is pretty nice for such a short period of time.



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Re: Where is the CLI button on Paypal extras MC?

This card has been funny for me.

I called CS for a CLI under the two month mark, and got it.

Just called them again, under the six month, and got it..

I've gained 333%..yes, three hundred thirty three percent increase of limit in roughly five months.

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