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johnr

Creative turndown for CLI

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A couple of weeks ago I got a CLI from GE (now Synchrony) on my Amazon store card using the online button.

 

Then a week later, while paying my bill, I pushed it again. I know it was too soon and I knew it was too soon. But I did. And was turned down.

 

I received my denial letter in today's mail. "At this time, we are unable to approve your request due to insufficient experience at your current credit limit." I think that's better than "You just got an increase. Hold your horses and wait a bit before asking for another" .

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You need to wait at least 4 months before pushing the luv button again.

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Yeah, I knew that. I don't know why I asked again so quickly. I think I'm just gonna say that I thought I was at another website. :sorry:

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