Have you changed your spending habits dramatically? IOW did you go from using 70% of the $25k to 20%? Given economic changes, it would make sense that if they noticed a significant spending drop they may suspect that things are not going well for you and $25k is a big liability.
I know, FWIW, that with Discover, if you have more than $20k outstanding credit with them (lines, cumulatively) they re-assess your employment (first time I've ever had a CC company verify my employment) and that's sent to some sort of underwriting department - no immediate credit verification.
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