12-16-2013 08:04 PM
I applied for a business card earlier using my personal SSN, no TIN yet. I wanted to manage my expenses a little better this upcoming year. Weeding through and figuring out what was personal and what wasn't is more annoying then I remember from last year so I figured I could use another BOA card. I got the message that my application had been forwarded to an analyst after I applied, and there was a number I could call for immediate assistance. By the time I found a pen the page timed out, anyone have that number?
I called the generally inquiry line and was told no application was found. I pulled a CR and indeed a inquiry was made. Was reccommended I apply again but I don't want another hit.
12-16-2013 09:58 PM
Go under credit cards thread and backdoor numbers and call a business analyst
12-17-2013 10:02 AM
Thanks, I actually got a call back before I was able to call them. They just wanted to verify annual revenue, they said they based the CL on my history on my personal card and monthly expenses and gave me $2k which is fine for my use. My past high CL with BOA was $17k before I closed an account with them last year, so possibly it was based on my internal limit.
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