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Re: Oh Hi AMEX! :)


SpeeDj wrote:

Maybe they won't notice... :smileyvery-happy:


I think they noticed :smileywink:


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Re: Oh Hi AMEX! :)

I think they noticed as well, I agree about the 2k, just happy for any opportunity to get my foot in the door with Amex regardless and I know that I can continue to be successful along this credit journey.

 

JP


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SpeeDj wrote:

Someone call the ert's, after having such a stellar day yesterday I decided too try just one more, I was approved for the bcp but only a 2k limit time to hit the brakes I think. Could it be low because I have no history with them?

 

Ah well it was fun while it lasted :smileyhappy:

 

JP


61 day and it could be 6k

I have my fingers crossed 

Congrats again:smileywink:

You did well for sure 

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Re: Oh Hi AMEX! :)

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Thanks journey, received my green card on Friday, and my corporate amex Saturday (gotta say that one felt good) that was what started me on the path to wanting amex in my wallet. Got my car loan stuff too. Things are turning around. 1.99% here I am :smileyhappy:

 

JP

 

Edit: ooh and discover says I have a 703 fico, not sure what bureau that is though on my monthly statement.


TU:552 | EQ:561 | EX:567 | Starting Score [LP from 08]
TU:693 | EQ:682 | EX:700 | Current Score [11.21.13]
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Re: Oh Hi AMEX! :)


SpeeDj wrote:

Thanks journey, received my green card on Friday, and my corporate amex Saturday (gotta say that one felt good) that was what started me on the path to wanting amex in my wallet. Got my car loan stuff too. Things are turning around. 1.99% here I am :smileyhappy:

 

JP

 

Edit: ooh and discover says I have a 703 fico, not sure what bureau that is though on my monthly statement.


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And congrats on the score 

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