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Just got approved for Citi AA can I PC now?

Hey guys i applied and was approved for Citi AA platinum select and was approved for 2800... Is it possible to PC right away to a TY Preferred or Forward card? Should have done my research before i apped fml... any advice?



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Re: Just got approved for Citi AA can I PC now?

OP, were you able to PC? I'm curious :smileyhappy:


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xwill04 wrote:

Hey guys i applied and was approved for Citi AA platinum select and was approved for 2800... Is it possible to PC right away to a TY Preferred or Forward card? Should have done my research before i apped fml... any advice?


I just spoke to Citi specialist who advised me that AA cards can be converted to another product but only 12 months after the opening date.

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Wow this is an old thread.


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baller4life wrote:

Wow this is an old thread.


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Tell me about it!  LOL

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Platinum wrote:

xwill04 wrote:

Hey guys i applied and was approved for Citi AA platinum select and was approved for 2800... Is it possible to PC right away to a TY Preferred or Forward card? Should have done my research before i apped fml... any advice?


I just spoke to Citi specialist who advised me that AA cards can be converted to another product but only 12 months after the opening date.


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Platinum wrote:

xwill04 wrote:

Hey guys i applied and was approved for Citi AA platinum select and was approved for 2800... Is it possible to PC right away to a TY Preferred or Forward card? Should have done my research before i apped fml... any advice?


I just spoke to Citi specialist who advised me that AA cards can be converted to another product but only 12 months after the opening date.


Thanks for the info! I will put a reminder to call them in 12 months. Hopefully I can do it before they charge the AF for my AA.


$7,000.............$6,700...............$1,250...............$1,500...............$1,500.............$820................$750(AU).........$500..............
Starting Score: 577 (08/2012) Current Score: EQ: 675 (2013) | EX: 686 (04/14) | TU: 700 (Barclay FICO)
Last app: 04/28/14. In the garden until 12/2014 (updated 07/14)
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FinStar wrote:

baller4life wrote:

Wow this is an old thread.


+1

 

Tell me about it!  LOL


Yes, I'm aware, but I tried looking for info specifically on switching from AA to another citi product and couldn't find anything so I thought i would check in with this person to see if they ever got the answer, instead of starting a new thread.


$7,000.............$6,700...............$1,250...............$1,500...............$1,500.............$820................$750(AU).........$500..............
Starting Score: 577 (08/2012) Current Score: EQ: 675 (2013) | EX: 686 (04/14) | TU: 700 (Barclay FICO)
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maximiliano wrote:

Platinum wrote:

xwill04 wrote:

Hey guys i applied and was approved for Citi AA platinum select and was approved for 2800... Is it possible to PC right away to a TY Preferred or Forward card? Should have done my research before i apped fml... any advice?


I just spoke to Citi specialist who advised me that AA cards can be converted to another product but only 12 months after the opening date.


Thanks for the info! I will put a reminder to call them in 12 months. Hopefully I can do it before they charge the AF for my AA.


Let them charge you the AF, that 's no problem. They will reverse AF charge when they PC you. That is what I am going to do in Aug-2014.

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