MemberSince99 wrote:Recon the denial. I see two numbers to reach their analysts - 866-421-8153 and 800-718-6072, and a recon line 866-865-7839 , call one or all and speak with an analyst and explain what happened and see if it was just a mistake that can be easily straightened out. (It should be). Don't be too quick to take no for an answer or give up until you've exhausted your options. With your scores and history a decent limit should not be a problem. If you've called several times and all you get is the run around, THEN be prepared to go to the EO of BofA with it and see what you can get done. At that point if nothing, well then you can feel pretty good about leaving them in the dust and no one can really blame you.
Good luck, keep fighting for what you want. You never know until you ask and it may just be talking with the right person who can help you.
im_mr_awesome wrote:No don't close the account. If you have to open a new account, just open it and keep the older one open to keep up your AAoA.
I'd suggest just asking for the CLI in the branch and you should be fine. I don't know why they'd send that stuff concerning your parents if you're over 21. That's odd.
MemberSince99 wrote:I see you got your CLI. Congratulations.
MemberSince99 wrote:Also you're plast the 61 day CLI mark for the potential 3X Amex increase, you do know about that right? You should be able to go for a SP CLI with your Amex Blue. They will just use what they had the last time they softed you for that.