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AMEX APPOVED!!!!

So I went ahead pulled the trigger on the ZYNC card and was approved! I made sure I payed down other cards to lower my utilization. Any pointers on how to use the card? No idea what my EXP score is.. I have 3 paid baddies from 4 years ago, nothing recent.

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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

Congrats!

 

I think the Zync is one of best looking cards.  You'll turn some heads because it's so new, and the white will have others (non credit card enthusiasts) wondering, "wow, I know the black, but what's the white?  Is it the Tiffany Amex card?"  

 

With Amex, only thing to remember is to pay in full.  And, I'd avoid cash transactions, such as giftcards.com, the us mint, and paypal.

 

 

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Yes! Honestly that is why I wanted it so bad IT LOOKS GREAT!...I'm too excited a about the packs they offer.

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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

Congrats! I've had my Zync for about a month now & get compliments on the look of it all the time! It's a great card to have if you're just getting into the Amex family like myself. I just paid my first bill in full & my spending ability increased also! I'll probably give it another 9 months before I check my spending ability again. Good luck!

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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

Congrats!  May I ask what your scores were to get approved for the Zync?

 

 

 

THANKS!!!!!!!!!!


Starting Score: 584TU / 580EQ
Current Score: 670 TU / 680EQ
Goal Score: 720 TU / 720 EQ


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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

My TU is 670 and EQ 668 no Idea on EX

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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

I got a pre-approval letter for the Zync in the mail.. but I have the TrueEarnings from Costco and love it and can't see myself using 2 cards.

4/11 EX: 715 - 4/19 EQ: 684 - 4/11 TU: 724
Discover More ($5000), Costco TrueEarnings Amex ($1200)
Columbia Credit Union Platinum Preferred Visa ($1000)
Citi Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard ($500)
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Re: AMEX APPOVED!!!!

 


Drefrombk wrote:

So I went ahead pulled the trigger on the ZYNC card and was approved! I made sure I payed down other cards to lower my utilization. Any pointers on how to use the card? No idea what my EXP score is.. I have 3 paid baddies from 4 years ago, nothing recent.


What were your scores when you obtained the card?

 




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