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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

Congrats!!! Welcome to the BCP club!!!

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LisaJ wrote:

Solstice, if you are in the garden, you need to weigh the risk/benefit. For me, I'd decided to app for something  (and I was also in the Garden--came out two months earlier than I intended to) and it was not a big risk (I really thought I was blacklisted with them!)  That being said, I exercised great patience for a long time and I do believe that is why it paid off.  I would post and ask for others' experiences with the site and research, which is what I did. 

 

Or it may be that I would have qualified anyway and the site is bogus.  I really do not know and am reluctant to advise or nudge. 


Youre right! No temptation.

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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

LisaJ That was such an amazing account of your experience I must admit I read it twice all the way to the end...Thanks for sharing as im sure it will empower and help someone 

else. Again I say WOWSmiley Wink

 

 

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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

That's great, Congrats on the approval!

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just did it for the fun again...and wow...FirstSimmons in the exclusive offers? For once not only AX but I know that First Simmons would be a straight denial...they want a score of 800 but certainly not below 780.,,, if I would not be gardening I would waste a pull just for fun. straight denial for sure for an exclusive offer from creditcards.com for me?
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congrats on your appoval but all,others proceed with care and common sense
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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

Just request $25k if you decide to! You want to avoid a financial review!
:-) congrats again!
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I used to get Amex PRG and Platinum come up on creditcards.com

Now I just get c1 offers and FPB offers...meh :-/
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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

What a success story and change of events. I read everything and am happy to welcome you to the Amex family.

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Re: OMG. I just got approved for AMEX BCP via Creditcards.com with prior AMEX CO!!!!

I really hope I am misreading some of the replies here that seem to suggest I am being dishonest in some way.  What exactly is it that seems "off?"

 

Because I really don't know why I would lie, mislead, or otherwise misrepresent myself.  I'm gathering that has happened here before, but this is not one of those times.

 

I may not participate here very much, but when I feel I have something to add, I try to do so. I searched for hours for stories of similar credit profiles to mine before apping and thought that I would contribute my story for anyone who might benefit from it. I lurk a lot and have been a forum member for 5 years.  I feel this approval is directly related to learning from this board, so I posted it.

 

FWIW, I never "confirmed" anything, and clearly stated that it was MY experience, and what I found when I researched it.  Likely, I would have been approved regardless. Approval to Amex may seem like a silly thing, but it was huge to me, hence my excitement.  I have been to hell and back with that CC company over the years; this was a win for me. As for FR, I am not worried about that either, since I was honest on my application.

 

I'll refrain from the snarky emoticons, but please feel free to ask me directly if you have question about my integrity. And if I have misread any intent, my apologies, but given that I teach high schoolers for a living, I am fluent in snark, so I highly doubt it.

 

I do get that my title was over the top--I was really that excited--if a mod would change it to "BCP Approval with Amex CO", or the like, I would appreciate it. I also realize that I still have some typos in my original post, but I'm sure any more editing by me would be misinterpreted. I apologize if it rambles.

 

 

 

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