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romey050500
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Registered: ‎05-26-2013

pulled the trigger with NFCU

pulled the trigger with NFCU asked for CLI on Visa Signature 10k card. I asked for a new limit of 25k got the 3-5 day message. Then said wth, I asked for the Overdraft line of credit of 15k, Approved. What should I do about the CLI 3-5 day message? should I just wait? or is there a recon number?

 

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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU


romey050500 wrote:

pulled the trigger with NFCU asked for CLI on Visa Signature 10k card. I asked for a new limit of 25k got the 3-5 day message. Then said wth, I asked for the Overdraft line of credit of 15k, Approved. What should I do about the CLI 3-5 day message? should I just wait? or is there a recon number?

 

Thanks


Sounds like you were either HP denied or they are manually reviewing. Good luck!!! :smileyhappy:




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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU

Congrats on the Navcheck!

 

As for the CLI, just wait it out and see what happens.  Nothing to recon until you get a decision.  And just becasue you got the 3-5 day message doesn't mean a denial.  I got that message twice but I got what I asked for.


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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU

Congrats and fingers crossed

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romey050500
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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU

Approved for CLI from 10k to 25k!! WOOT!!! Does this mean I should try to hit the button again until I get countered???

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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU


romey050500 wrote:

Approved for CLI from 10k to 25k!! WOOT!!! Does this mean I should try to hit the button again until I get countered???


LOL, anything over $25k will result in manual review with a HP from now on!

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romey050500
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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU


Creditaddict wrote:

romey050500 wrote:

Approved for CLI from 10k to 25k!! WOOT!!! Does this mean I should try to hit the button again until I get countered???


LOL, anything over $25k will result in manual review with a HP from now on!


Ha!! ok great, just checking. Thanks.

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Re: pulled the trigger with NFCU

Congrats!
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