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Re: Backdoor Numbers

Called "AmEx: 800-230-1284 (Account Services - handles accounts with issues)" and the line basically just says (automated) "You have reached credit and collections" and suggests that I hang up since I have no collections. If you say "Speak to a representative" you get thrown into the regular queue so I'm not sure this line does what we have it listed as.

 

I was trying to reach a "Credit Limit Increase Specialist" and a CSR gave me the following number: 800-576-8942. Dialing this number gives you someone in "New Accounts" can't call right now to verify that they can help me but will update my post when I know one way or another.

 

Running in circles.

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Re: Backdoor Numbers


SecretAzure wrote:

Called "AmEx: 800-230-1284 (Account Services - handles accounts with issues)" and the line basically just says (automated) "You have reached credit and collections" and suggests that I hang up since I have no collections. If you say "Speak to a representative" you get thrown into the regular queue so I'm not sure this line does what we have it listed as.

 

I was trying to reach a "Credit Limit Increase Specialist" and a CSR gave me the following number: 800-576-8942. Dialing this number gives you someone in "New Accounts" can't call right now to verify that they can help me but will update my post when I know one way or another.

 

Running in circles.


Update: Apperently this number is the correct number to call if you have a question about a CLI that maybe hasn't gone through (income verification). The lady did seem a little confused and put me on hold for a while but finally came back with the answer I was looking for.

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Re: Backdoor Numbers

Does anyone have a backdoor number for Valero?  I want to try a recon.  The number on the list doesn't seem to take one to credit analysts.

 

Thanks!

 

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Re: Backdoor Numbers

Anyone have NFCU recon number?

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Re: Backdoor Numbers

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SecretAzure wrote:

SecretAzure wrote:

Called "AmEx: 800-230-1284 (Account Services - handles accounts with issues)" and the line basically just says (automated) "You have reached credit and collections" and suggests that I hang up since I have no collections. If you say "Speak to a representative" you get thrown into the regular queue so I'm not sure this line does what we have it listed as.

 

I was trying to reach a "Credit Limit Increase Specialist" and a CSR gave me the following number: 800-576-8942. Dialing this number gives you someone in "New Accounts" can't call right now to verify that they can help me but will update my post when I know one way or another.

 

Running in circles.


Update: Apperently this number is the correct number to call if you have a question about a CLI that maybe hasn't gone through (income verification). The lady did seem a little confused and put me on hold for a while but finally came back with the answer I was looking for.



Thank you for this helpful info! Saved me a lot of time! I too had some specific questions. I was really hesitant to request a CLI but others with new accounts since June 2015 were able to request one as well, so I figured why bother. Anyway, no counter offers for me, and that is A' OK. Glad they approved me for $5k in the first place.

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Re: Backdoor Numbers

On the phone with Chase now was given this number  as a direct contact for their Verifications department 877-470-9042

        
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Re: Backdoor Numbers- for Credit One?

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Anyone have a backdoor number for Credit One. That doesn't hang up on you after a few minutes of waiting?

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Re: Backdoor Numbers- for Credit One?

I was told today Chase does not do recond anymore, reason i was refuse was two many account open in 12 months , really i try to fix my credit i just have 3 approved credit card.  Thats true ?

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Re: Backdoor Numbers- for Credit One?


iAstroboy wrote:

I was told today Chase does not do recond anymore, reason i was refuse was two many account open in 12 months , really i try to fix my credit i just have 3 approved credit card.  Thats true ?


Its true from what I have been seeing. More than 5 new accounts is 2 yrs is reason for denial. Only way to get a card with them with more than 5 new accounts over 24 months is to get auto approved.

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Re: Backdoor Numbers

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