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Which would be better for CLI?

I am currently seeking a CLI on my CAP1 card, and i see i can ask for an increase online and the automated phone line, so which would make my chances better the auto phone line or the online? Im not sure if the online is a rep looking at it or not??

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Re: Which would be better for CLI?

Try online.  Whether it works or not, Facebook capital one page to get EO and ask for CLI or more.

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Re: Which would be better for CLI?


Skye12329 wrote:

I am currently seeking a CLI on my CAP1 card, and i see i can ask for an increase online and the automated phone line, so which would make my chances better the auto phone line or the online? Im not sure if the online is a rep looking at it or not??


Try EO route the luv button as its called seems to give a standard $500 

I've only seen rare cases of more than that with the button

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