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princeromeo
Posts: 156
Registered: ‎06-05-2007

Amex cards

whats the chances of getting approved these days   whats the easiest card because i tried for green business and was denied.  i do know amex are heavy experian pullers but when frozen they do pull tu or equifax 

 

is the delta  still easy to get  ?

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Creditaddict
Posts: 16,867
Registered: ‎10-23-2007

Re: Amex cards

I'm thinking you need to be pushing 700 these days with amex and no baddies
Fico Scores: EQ 620, TU 675 & EX 703 (4-1-14)
Joint Cards: Navy NavCheck $15000, Discover iT $9000, Macy Amex $4000, Macy Store $3000, Macy Furniture $5800
AU: Virgin America $8500, CSP $27,000, Fidelity Amex $25,000, AA Biz $25,000, Barclay USAir Biz $6640
Mine: Navy NavCheck $3000, Kay Jewelry $2700, Pottery Barn $2800, FleetCard MC Biz $1800, HSN $1500, Vitacost MC $1500, Navy Cash $1500 and nRewards $1500, Bill Me Later $772, Cap1 Sony $750, Cap1 Spark $750, Best Buy MC $750, GE 76 Gas $650, Von Maur $600, Cap1 QuickSilver $500, Burbank CU $500, Kohls $300, Target1 $300, Target2 $300, Buckle $250, Express $250, Target3 $200
Regular Contributor
princeromeo
Posts: 156
Registered: ‎06-05-2007

Re: Amex cards

im pushing 720 on equifax but got denied for their green business card  is that a hard card to get
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Creditaddict
Posts: 16,867
Registered: ‎10-23-2007

Re: Amex cards

should be one of the easier cards to get. don't know then
Fico Scores: EQ 620, TU 675 & EX 703 (4-1-14)
Joint Cards: Navy NavCheck $15000, Discover iT $9000, Macy Amex $4000, Macy Store $3000, Macy Furniture $5800
AU: Virgin America $8500, CSP $27,000, Fidelity Amex $25,000, AA Biz $25,000, Barclay USAir Biz $6640
Mine: Navy NavCheck $3000, Kay Jewelry $2700, Pottery Barn $2800, FleetCard MC Biz $1800, HSN $1500, Vitacost MC $1500, Navy Cash $1500 and nRewards $1500, Bill Me Later $772, Cap1 Sony $750, Cap1 Spark $750, Best Buy MC $750, GE 76 Gas $650, Von Maur $600, Cap1 QuickSilver $500, Burbank CU $500, Kohls $300, Target1 $300, Target2 $300, Buckle $250, Express $250, Target3 $200
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princeromeo
Posts: 156
Registered: ‎06-05-2007

Re: Amex cards

should i call and recon?
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Creditaddict
Posts: 16,867
Registered: ‎10-23-2007

Re: Amex cards

never hurts to try, but they will just submit the app to be reviewed and send you letter or card, you still don't get to talk to someone and figure out what they aren't liking on application. but at least if you were instantly denied before, this time a human will review it.
Fico Scores: EQ 620, TU 675 & EX 703 (4-1-14)
Joint Cards: Navy NavCheck $15000, Discover iT $9000, Macy Amex $4000, Macy Store $3000, Macy Furniture $5800
AU: Virgin America $8500, CSP $27,000, Fidelity Amex $25,000, AA Biz $25,000, Barclay USAir Biz $6640
Mine: Navy NavCheck $3000, Kay Jewelry $2700, Pottery Barn $2800, FleetCard MC Biz $1800, HSN $1500, Vitacost MC $1500, Navy Cash $1500 and nRewards $1500, Bill Me Later $772, Cap1 Sony $750, Cap1 Spark $750, Best Buy MC $750, GE 76 Gas $650, Von Maur $600, Cap1 QuickSilver $500, Burbank CU $500, Kohls $300, Target1 $300, Target2 $300, Buckle $250, Express $250, Target3 $200
Regular Contributor
CHARGE_IT
Posts: 193
Registered: ‎07-13-2008

Re: Amex cards

Get a charge card, but not business. They are harder than personal.

 

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princeromeo wrote:

whats the chances of getting approved these days   whats the easiest card because i tried for green business and was denied.  i do know amex are heavy experian pullers but when frozen they do pull tu or equifax 

 

is the delta  still easy to get  ?


 

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hobojon
Posts: 261
Registered: ‎01-20-2009

Re: Amex cards

Delta and Green are still the easiest. When I had EX frozen they called me and asked me which bureau I wanted them to pull from. I told them EQ, they pulled it while I waited and approved me for my 6th Amex card.
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Buckzball
Posts: 49
Registered: ‎05-08-2009

Re: Amex cards


princeromeo wrote:

whats the easiest card



Centurion :smileywink:


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