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AMEX 61 day question

Hi all, I have a question on amex 61 3x. I applied and get approved for my first amex card (bcp) on May 4. The closing date of the card is May 17. So does this mean I can ask for cli after 2 statements which is June 17 or have to wait for two months which is July 5? Thanks! 

Current Cards: BOA Better Rewards (2.5k), Citi Forward (2k), AMEX Blue Cash Preferred (6k), AMEX SPG (7.5k), DISCOVER (1k), Chase Freedom (7k).

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Re: AMEX 61 day question

July 5

Starting Score: 560
Current Score: 748 Wishlist: CSP, Simply Cash, SPG, BOLD, INK, United MP,
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