04-16-2013 05:49 PM
04-16-2013 06:00 PM
Well my well documented cli spree is winding down. All in all over 20k added to my credit lines. Last call was to boa. Had them 18 month and no cli. Declined each time w luv button. Tonight decided to call and glad I did. After getting througb first layer I finally got to this awesome analyst named honey (no joke) she said the request again declined but wanted to dig deeper. She revealed that 99% never get approval w luv button no matter of profile. They actually wait for people to call. Based on a few questions she immediately said she wanted tondig deeper. In our conversation I mentioned this forum and she said she sends clients there all the time. Anyways she got particular about a lot of my account only having 20 to 30 balance and I told her that after spending time her I realized it was better to have one or two w balance. She concurred. Said after speaking to me she had no worries and immediately approve a bump from 2500 to drum roll please.......10k
My highest line yet AND she absolutely assured me it was a soft. Jubilation dance for me. Call people. Strike up conversation and mention myfico!!!!!!!
04-16-2013 06:02 PM
Congratulations on the increase!
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