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Re: call discover today for cli, but denied

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CS800 wrote:
 

What's your current CL if i may ask?



$13,300

 

ETA: But it's been too many years to remember what the initial CL was.

 

 

 

From a BK years ago to:
EX - 3/11 pulled by lender- 835, EQ - 2/11-816, TU - 2/11-782

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Re: call discover today for cli, but denied

My one and only card is a Discover more which was opened 3/2010.

 

I called six months after opening the card for a CLI and the CSR asked some general questions and said she can give a 2K bump without doing a hard pull. A few months ago I called again and went through the automated phone system, requested 2K more and was granted with no hard and no conversation with a real person. Until recently finding this forum and educating myself I had used the card for every purchase I could for cash back. I'm sure my utilization was off the charts, but it must not have effected me requesting CLI with them. Just a FYI :smileyhappy:

Discover More -- $7,000 l Chase Sapphire Preferred -- $8,500

FICO (EQ) -- 767
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