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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by jsever, Jul 17, 2001.
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Call 1-800-215-7318 (Providian retention line) and complain about your credit line or interest rate. Tell them you want improvements to this card to keep it competitive with your other cards.
They should be able to see the credit line offer and grant you the increase. You don't have to pay for it.
Last time I had a fee I just called the retention line, said I was thrilled to get the offer and asked them if they could do it without the fee. They told me that those credit increase offers came from another department and they couldn't stop the fee from being charged, but they did offer to credit my account for the $49 once it was charged.
You can get it all refunded by retention. keep at them.
If you go ahead and let them charge you the fee and then later you get it refunded you get to keep the 1099 line increase.
If you call retention and get the increase without the fee you get a free 1000.
course, the first way runs the risk that you can't negotiate the fee off.