09-22-2011 09:20 AM
ive had my card since 2007 but when i first opened it i was given a 250$ cli, walmart eventually lowered that to 100$ and that has been my increase ever since. i tend to use my card alot and normally pay more than the min balance. i have requested numerous cli in the past and have always been denied so today i decided to hit the luv botton and to my shock my cli was increased from 100 $ to 700$. i know it is not much but having a 100$ cli really did suck.
09-22-2011 09:55 AM
Congrats! Is it also a soft pull for you?
09-22-2011 10:13 AM
It has been soft pulls for others, I'm just asking again to be sure when I decide to hit the CLI button myself =)
09-22-2011 06:28 PM
thanks, i plan to spend wisely!!! i was young when i got my cap one card with a bal a little higer than this and i quickly maxed it out but i learned my lesson and def don't plan on doing that with this card!!
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