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Regular Contributor
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Registered: ‎09-30-2013
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AU Amex

I am an AU on an Amex Green card and it just hit my experian credit report and shot my credit score up 39pts?! Is this normal? 

 

Also I would like to get an Amex Green card for myself eventually, how long should I wait? 

 

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Experian: 613 Equifax: 624 TU: 633

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Registered: ‎02-28-2013
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Re: AU Amex

Yes that is normal if your credit profile is not long or heavy enough. I was added an AU on AMEX, DISCOVER, CITI last year. Got almost 50-60 points boost as before them i didnt have any positive accounts.


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Current Score: EX: 659, EQ: 622, TU: 659
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