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AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

So I was denied on BCE yesterday and am unable to pull the actual "decision" up online - their system seems to be not responding.

 

I received the Discover IT card with a 6k limit last week which that pull dropped my score 7 points.

 

Should I try for the Green Charge to get my foot in the door (hopefully) or wait for the 6k limit to appear on my CR?

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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

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Sorry for the decline. You could call and ask them the reason over the phone or wait until you receive their letter. What's your AAOA? Do you know if they pulled all 3 bureaus?

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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

RECONNNNNNNNNN


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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

I suggest Recon as well.  You are correct in that Green (and other AX Charge cards) are easier to get approved for than its Revolver products.


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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

I recommend waiting for 31 days... as if you apply for Green right now, the application will be cancelled by their system.  You may not re-apply within the next 30 days with Amex, due to their internal system.


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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?


webhopper wrote:

I recommend waiting for 31 days... as if you apply for Green right now, the application will be cancelled by their system.  You may not re-apply within the next 30 days with Amex, due to their internal system.


This is true, I experienced it first hand last year.

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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?

Yea u can only apply for Amex every 30 days. If your discover is reporting by then, don't apply. Wait till the discover account is >3 months
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Re: AMEX decline - BCE - move to Green?


csmith1591 wrote:

So I was denied on BCE yesterday and am unable to pull the actual "decision" up online - their system seems to be not responding.

 

I received the Discover IT card with a 6k limit last week which that pull dropped my score 7 points.

 

Should I try for the Green Charge to get my foot in the door (hopefully) or wait for the 6k limit to appear on my CR?


Sorry to hear :smileysad:

 

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