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Amex BCE...FINALLY

So here's the story. I applied for the platinum on Monday and they requested access to my experian because its frozen. I gave them the pin and they then asked I send in form 4506-t which I refused to do. Not because I have anything to hide but reading thru the forums it seems like a lot of sensitive info for them to have access to. So I canceled the app. In anger, I applied for the bce again, even tho I'd been denied back in January. I got a call from them today, and they said they needed access to my experian. I asked why they couldn't use the report they pulled a couple days ago and they said it wasn't possible. I said screw it and gave them the pin, fully expecting to be denied. Holy crap I was approved !!!!!!








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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

congrats

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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

You'll probably get another FR, though...

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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

I hope not









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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

Took them long enough to recognize you good a customer you'd be! Cat LOL

 

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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

Congrats on the approval!

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Jayb5635 wrote:
So here's the story. I applied for the platinum on Monday and they requested access to my experian because its frozen. I gave them the pin and they then asked I send in form 4506-t which I refused to do. Not because I have anything to hide but reading thru the forums it seems like a lot of sensitive info for them to have access to. So I canceled the app. In anger, I applied for the bce again, even tho I'd been denied back in January. I got a call from them today, and they said they needed access to my experian. I asked why they couldn't use the report they pulled a couple days ago and they said it wasn't possible. I said screw it and gave them the pin, fully expecting to be denied. Holy crap I was approved !!!!!!

Congrats! You know your CL?

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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

Not yet.  They said I needed to wait 24 hrs to know what it is.









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Re: Amex BCE...FINALLY

Congrats! BCE is on my future list.

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Lol I hope they don't request a 4506T again..
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