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Boo1234
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎06-21-2013

AMEX BCE to BCP

I'd like to upgrade my BCE ($20K CL) to BCP simply because of the amount of money my family spend on groceries and gas every month makes it worth it.  Now, if I choose to upgrade it, do I have to apply for the BCP or just make a call to AMEX?  Also if I upgrade, will they do a hard pull on me?

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hutchj
Posts: 387
Registered: ‎06-15-2013

Re: AMEX BCE to BCP


Boo1234 wrote:

I'd like to upgrade my BCE ($20K CL) to BCP simply because of the amount of money my family spend on groceries and gas every month makes it worth it.  Now, if I choose to upgrade it, do I have to apply for the BCP or just make a call to AMEX?  Also if I upgrade, will they do a hard pull on me?


I'm pretty sure you can just call and ask for a PC. And it won't be a HP.

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KIPPIE12
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Re: AMEX BCE to BCP

Make sure you've had the card for at least 1 year before requesting pc, and you should be fine

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