06-26-2008 06:56 PM
06-26-2008 07:15 PM
Don't close the card.
What you should do is charge teeny tiny things on it once every other month or so. I'm talking things like a Big Gulp, a Snickers bar, maybe a bag of tees at the golf club. Do that for six months, call back in all sweet and nice, and ask for a CLI.
They'll more than likely get the hint.
06-27-2008 05:39 AM - edited 06-27-2008 05:40 AM
06-28-2008 06:50 AM
06-28-2008 07:06 AM
06-28-2008 07:11 AM
howardi wrote:That's interesting incite with Amex--I have paid $5500.00 and will SD the card as soon as I PIF next statement or even before that....Fr now on will only use them for small puchases..corner store shopping etc. They are not worth my Credit Worthiness going to the dogs...However, BOA is giving CLI like mad!!!! AMEX uses Experian so do not know how that pans out. Will SD the card until it's PIF.......never to use it except for very small purchases.
06-28-2008 07:16 AM
06-28-2008 07:23 AM
06-28-2008 09:20 AM - edited 06-28-2008 09:29 AM
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