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I finally applied for the Hooters MC and got the decline message...we'll mail you in 7-10 days on our answer...you all know the line. TU FICO score was 600. I really didn't want that card for the moral of it anyway...but since most seem to be saying not hard to get...I said why not go for it. Some peoples said they were approved in late 500's. Everything meant to be though.

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Hooters card will not give you instant approved message, you have to call customer service in 1-2 days, they will tell you the result :smileyhappy:


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Vu wrote:

Too bad Amex no longer granting CLI upon activation. :smileysad:



If you have a new AMEX, wait 30 days and try for CLI.
 
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Noah_Bodie wrote:
AMEX seems to no longer be granting CLIs within 30 days of activation.
 
Be sure to follow Tuscani's Recon link and recon your denials.



Got 2 of my AMEX yesterday, activated via the internet, requested CLI and WAS granted it.....an extra 2000.00!!!!!!!:smileysurprised:
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Hi Vu:  I am new at this so do not know the lingo, i.e., "CLI".  I assume CL is credit limit - makes sense - but what is CLI?  I want to apply for a credit card (from your experience it looks like Citi is my best bet).  My scores are all in the 670s.  What do you think? 
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From:
 
Guide to Common Abbreviations
 
 
 
 
CLI = Credit Line Increase
 
 
The thread is at the top of this forum
 
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Thanks!
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flygirl wrote:

Got 2 of my AMEX yesterday, activated via the internet, requested CLI and WAS granted it.....an extra 2000.00!!!!!!!:smileysurprised:


Sweet!
 
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Noah_Bodie wrote:


flygirl wrote:

Got 2 of my AMEX yesterday, activated via the internet, requested CLI and WAS granted it.....an extra 2000.00!!!!!!!:smileysurprised:


Sweet!
 
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Tuscani wrote:
 
Never gets old.... OMG, do you remember the Fire Marshall Bill skits? "Let's just say..."
 
Classic Jim Carrey.


Loved that show, but it must have been cursed. Except for Jim Carrey, I don't think many made it huge, and a lot are now Hollywood 3rd raters. Yummy Kim Coles recently did Celebrity Fit Camp.
 
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