11-05-2007 08:04 PM
11-05-2007 08:09 PM
dnm45227 wrote:i tried to cli from 2-5k my plat delta and was shot down (account wasn't open for 30 days then). attempted again on 10/5 and was shot down, however since then my ex has gone up over 40 points (util a little better and got 2 of 3 baddies removed, leaves one paid ca and soome cap one lates from 02). now by my mathing that puts me outside the 30 days since last turn down, should i go for it or wait? i really don't care about fr my app was truthful about hhi and tax returns last year were better than they will be this year (i appd w/this years hhi).
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11-07-2007 02:46 PM
dnm45227 wrote:thanks for the advice, your english is fine.i actually never went over 40% utilization since i had the card and hit the button today. i think i must have been asking for too big a cli before 2-5k, because i asked for 2-4k and was instantly approved!
11-07-2007 04:04 PM
dnm45227 wrote:thanks for the advice, your english is fine.i actually never went over 40% utilization since i had the card and hit the button today. i think i must have been asking for too big a cli before 2-5k, because i asked for 2-4k and was instantly approved!I wish they had a way to say, "we are unable to give you this much, but we can give you this much" It seems you have to keep getting denied to get approved.
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