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AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

You are allowed to move credit limits between primary cards again, you must leave at least $500 on the leave card but if you have a card you use all the time and need to move some credit its that time again. 

 

Just started today so everyone might not be up to speed but its the truth!


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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

OP, Did you do this online or did you call in?

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

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I called a week ago to do that but I was denied "we don't do that any more", then I saw this post, went to their website and searched all the links, didn't find anything.... so I called : )

 

I asked the representative to do the rallocation... she said OK, and she did it Smiley Surprised

 

I checked the account online but didn't see any change, maybe tomorrow

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

SO Excited about this!!!

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

He's Insyder for a reason... he knows.Smiley Wink

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

I asked them about a month ago they said no for me to relocate the limits.

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

You will need to call in to do a reallocation it might take 24-48 hrs to process.


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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

Ahh, you are a sweetie. Thanks for the heads-up!

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

Heh, this might have been awesome for me 2 months ago, but now I have my main Amex at 10k.  Probably don't need a card with more than that.

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Re: AMEX Credit Limit Reallocation is Back!!!

This is not a CLI , it is a credit limit reallocation between "already opened" 2 amex cards

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