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Re: New Amex card holder!!


chnceit wrote:

Swapmeet wrote:

OK, lol. I will simmer down now. The point of apping the Delta card was to get my foot in the door. I have done that now. I really want the BCE, but I guess that will come with time.


LOL I know its hard not to think of the possibilities once your approved for a card. I do this all the time too with all the lenders I get approved with  :smileyvery-happy:


It is really hard for me because I am so excited -- man, I'm a nerd. It is my first prime card ever, and it is in the amex family. I am bouncing off the walls like a little kid, as lame as that sounds, trying not to app for the it...lol.



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Re: New Amex card holder!!

Welcome to the AMEX family ! !

Sometimes with AMEX, patience is a virtue!  Like others have suggested, wait the 61 days and go from there.  Then in 13 months see where you can go and how AMEX is working out for you .

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Re: New Amex card holder!!


Swapmeet wrote:

chnceit wrote:

Swapmeet wrote:

OK, lol. I will simmer down now. The point of apping the Delta card was to get my foot in the door. I have done that now. I really want the BCE, but I guess that will come with time.


LOL I know its hard not to think of the possibilities once your approved for a card. I do this all the time too with all the lenders I get approved with  :smileyvery-happy:


It is really hard for me because I am so excited -- man, I'm a nerd. It is my first prime card ever, and it is in the amex family. I am bouncing off the walls like a little kid, as lame as that sounds, trying not to app for the it...lol.


Nah its not lame! When I was approved for PenFed I was like calling them and posting a lot of questions! But its time to garden and remember keep your UTI low for the next couple of months so you have a better chance for the CLI at 61 days.


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Re: New Amex card holder!!

Congradulaciones! I'm not sure how AMEX works, but the norm is that it's usually wiser to apply for new credit on the same day. So yeah, good luck! 

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Congrats!


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