10-03-2009 09:00 AM
I guess I must have hit the 6 month mark today becuase the option appeared. I was approved for 1500 CLI...I'll take it.
Congrats! CITI definitely rewards consistent use of the card and good payment record.
10-03-2009 01:58 PM
My 5th statement hits 10.5.09. Just a little more...
They gave this kid with no income a $5000 limit and I've paid them $4230 so far o_O???? Thank goodness for Pell grants, it is at 0%, $300 balance now.
Where do you see the increase option at? With a creditkarma of 754 and above record, I better get an increase soon...
10-03-2009 02:00 PM
Your credit line can be immediately increased by $1,200.00 for a total new credit line of $6,200.00.
During the evaluation process, a credit bureau report was not pulled.
Please indicate below whether or not you accept this amount. If you want a lower credit line, call Customer Service at 1-800-950-5114. Outside the U.S., call 1-605-335-2222.
So I guess this option isn't always available?
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