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Re: American Express Approvals!

Whoo hoo! Congrats on your approvals! Don't get too excited about the EX score though. When I apped for the Amex credit and charge cards, I never received a score. I think it was because I received the lowest APR avail for the credit card. Your scores are definitely better than mine, so you may not get yours either. I think they only have to do it if you don't receive the best offer available. I didn't bother to call and ask, though. Good luck if you do!



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Re: American Express Approvals!


dharalex wrote:

Whoo hoo! Congrats on your approvals! Don't get too excited about the EX score though. When I apped for the Amex credit and charge cards, I never received a score. I think it was because I received the lowest APR avail for the credit card. Your scores are definitely better than mine, so you may not get yours either. I think they only have to do it if you don't receive the best offer available. I didn't bother to call and ask, though. Good luck if you do!


Dharalex,

Thanks but these approvals actually happened at the start of september, this is an old thread Smiley Wink  I`m simply replying to some of the other members who responded to my thread.

 

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dharalex wrote:

Whoo hoo! Congrats on your approvals! Don't get too excited about the EX score though. When I apped for the Amex credit and charge cards, I never received a score. I think it was because I received the lowest APR avail for the credit card. Your scores are definitely better than mine, so you may not get yours either. I think they only have to do it if you don't receive the best offer available. I didn't bother to call and ask, though. Good luck if you do!


I never received a score either for the Platinum. I was wondering if I was the only one who didnt receive one.

 

But for the BCE I did a an approval letter with a score. Strange




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CS800 wrote:

dharalex wrote:

Whoo hoo! Congrats on your approvals! Don't get too excited about the EX score though. When I apped for the Amex credit and charge cards, I never received a score. I think it was because I received the lowest APR avail for the credit card. Your scores are definitely better than mine, so you may not get yours either. I think they only have to do it if you don't receive the best offer available. I didn't bother to call and ask, though. Good luck if you do!


I never received a score either for the Platinum. I was wondering if I was the only one who didnt receive one.

 

But for the BCE I did a an approval letter with a score. Strange


You wont recieve a score for a charge card application as all successful applicants recieve the same terms, you will only recieve a score for revolvers if you did not recieve the best terms or were denied.


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CreditMuppet wrote:

CS800 wrote:

dharalex wrote:

Whoo hoo! Congrats on your approvals! Don't get too excited about the EX score though. When I apped for the Amex credit and charge cards, I never received a score. I think it was because I received the lowest APR avail for the credit card. Your scores are definitely better than mine, so you may not get yours either. I think they only have to do it if you don't receive the best offer available. I didn't bother to call and ask, though. Good luck if you do!


I never received a score either for the Platinum. I was wondering if I was the only one who didnt receive one.

 

But for the BCE I did a an approval letter with a score. Strange


You wont recieve a score for a charge card application as all successful applicants recieve the same terms, you will only recieve a score for revolvers if you did not recieve the best terms or were denied.


Ahh for the BCE i did get the 0% for 6 months then 20.24 APR after. I think their best APR is 17 something.




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I did not received  a score either with my BCE,  just the card and the terms in the mail.  I had to call to find out what my score was.  Terms  where 0% for one year and then 17.24% thereafter.  I received my card in only 7 calendar days.  I thought that was pretty fast considering it is the Christmas season, and everyone being so busy. 

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CM;  I didn't even notice your original post was early September lol.

 

I do have an AMEX charge product, the Zync, got it mid September.  I didn't apply for a revolver with them at that time as I was 99% sure it wouldn't get approved. I mostly applied for the BCE Dec 1st because I read it would most likely be a soft since I was already a member and I really wanted to see my EX FICO.  I would have been a bit surprised yet thrilled had the BCE been approved LOL.  I would really liked to have had the extra AAoA added through my AMEX backdating had the BCE gone through (favorite feature of all with AMEX). I wondered if that might be part of the reason you got the AMEX products you did (it's the main reason I want any of them really).

 

I'm lucky to have spotless reports, no lates etc (ok, luck really had nothing to do with it lol). What's hurting my score is util and new accounts. A couple of which are AU. Most of which still have 0% interest so makes no sense to pay them off (there's the problem with 0%, it's great but the price is util lowering CS's I guess). With any luck, adding about 25k  (joint NFCU, my individual NFCU and More) will drop my UTIL quite a bit. At least while we have balances during the 0% promo's we're taking advantage of. I'm also keeping (so far) my inq's under the double digit mark in hopes that helps, TU up to 5 now, I think EQ maybe 6, EX 7.  Each will lose 1 in Jan (2 year old Cap One triple threat HP lol).

 

Oh, I have checked the credit pulls database and whogaveme credit etc.  That info really put me in shock about my More limit.Smiley Surprised

 

Also like you, I really have to say had I not researched MyFico, there is no way I'd have the cards I do now. Without the info here, other than paying on time etc, dealing with credit would be a lot like stumbling around in the dark. We all know to pay on time, but that's really just a small part of navigating the credit map, MyFico is kind of my GPS for the credit world.   Smiley Very Happy

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Re: American Express Approvals!

I finally acheived one of my financial goal of getting approved for an Amex charge card.  I was approved for Zync and Amez Preferred Green.  My score is roughly 680-700.  I don't plan on applying for any more credit for the next two years or so.  That way the inquiries can drop off. My goal is within the next 5-7 years to have paid off my student loans and purchase or at least start looking to purchase a small condominium with a 15 year mortgage.


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anyone else with bce just love using the see-thru card <3

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