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10-13-2011 06:01 AM - edited 10-13-2011 06:03 AM
I was checking my HSBC/Orchard account last night, and saw they gave me a $200 CLI. This was also uninitiated. October is also my 2yr anniversary with them, so maybe thats the reason in my case. I was close to calling them and requesting a CLI, at the expense of a hard pull. Glad I didn't. Card started with a $320 CL. I have received 2 $200 CLIs, both uninitiated. Dont really know how long I plan on keeping this card, but if the CL is not at $1k, by yr 3, I think Im closing it.
10-13-2011 03:58 PM
Congrats!!! with the CLI. So awesome to get a awesome notice from pageonce.
10-15-2011 10:43 AM
Waaaaaahahaha, look at your score! I wouldnt be surprised if they bought you a house,lol. Congrats!
10-15-2011 02:25 PM
I've had my HSBC for 10 months now (opened it last year when rebuilding) 400CL, I have pretty decent scores, hoping they will take notice and give me a CLI before Dec when the AF hits, if not, I'm saying bye bye to this card, my lowest CL.
I used to have a few reoccurring bills on this card, pulled them and put them on my Discover about 3 months ago and have not used the HSBC since.
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