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dekrist wrote:No WAMU isn't only card I got......I recently went on a CC spree (3 Months ago), and now got 8 and a store card and a re-finance and a personal loan. Thought that would totally tank my scores but it didn't. But I thought I read somewhere usually after 6 Months of on time payments that a person generally got a CLI but was really unsure of whether I needed to initiate it or if CC company did it out of the kindness of their hearts. I'll try the phone call and see if I get lucky thanks for reply's.
07-06-2007 06:28 PM
I have a wamu card and never been late. I have received 3 cli with 2 of them being ones of 1000 & 15000. Both times occured when I had to charge 450 - 550 on it. What I did is when my statement came I paid 100.00 payment then the following month paid the rest and then they gave me the increase. I didnt do that for that reason but thats what happened. I'm willing to bet if you make a 200.00 payment toward your balance you'll have a chance
dekrist wrote:I've had my WAMU card since November 06 have paid on time and more than minimum Utilization is around 40% right now on a $750 CL. My question is about when I might see some Love from WAMU and get a CLI?. Anyone with any feedback would be appreciated, was also wondering can or do I call them and ask or sit and wait?.
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