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Amex special offers

I tried that amex special offers site how much more likely is an approval? I get the premire rewards gold and the bce. I know I cant get approved today I added too many new accounts im just wondering lol. My score is 655 eq and 670 tu 08. Ulti is perfect

TU08 Fico Score (700)-Goal Score-(750)
AMEX PRG NPSL,AMEX BCE $15,000, Lowes $12000, Capital One venture card $10,000,Us Airways mastercard $9500, Capital One Venture One $7500, BOA 123 rewards $6000 CSP $6000, Capital One Quicksliver $5500, Barclay
Card Ring $5000 Chase Marriott $5000,Chase Hyatt $5000, Discover it $5000, Sallie Mae Mastercard $4400, Paypal smart connect $4000, , Chase Freedom $3200, Fidelity Amex $2700, Chase Southwest Premier $2000, Citi Double Cash $1500
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Re: Amex special offers


bigblue7722 wrote:

I tried that amex special offers site how much more likely is an approval? I get the premire rewards gold and the bce. I know I cant get approved today I added too many new accounts im just wondering lol. My score is 655 eq and 670 tu 08. Ulti is perfect


These are just targeted offers to apply, no guarantee of approval.  Just a simple method to expand the relationship (and fee income depending on the AMEX product), if approved.

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Amex almost exclusively pulls EX, unless your borderline, then they'll possibly double/triple pull. Along with adding new accounts and low UTI, what does the rest of your profile look like?

Amex Plat.(NPSL) Amex PRG(NPSL), Amex BCE($18K), Amex Hilton($1K), NavCheck ($15K), NFCU CR Siggy($20K), USAA Amex($7K), USAA World MC($7K), CSP($5K), Chase Marriott($5K), Care Credit($2.5K), Cap1 QS($3.5K), VS($500), Cap1 Secure($200) Starting Scores(Jan 2013): FICO EQ: 643, TU: 552, EX: 567 Current Scores(April 3, 2015): FICO EQ: 741, TU: 703, EX: 711 In the Garden FOR-EV-ER!!!!! Cards and goals achieved! Let's grow and mature these babies!!!
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CreditJunkie917 wrote:

Amex almost exclusively pulls EX, unless your borderline, then they'll possibly double/triple pull. Along with adding new accounts and low UTI, what does the rest of your profile look like?


I havent missed a payment sense oct 2012 but before that i missed like 9 with sallie mae student loans. my oldest account is 6 years aaoa is 2 years. I just always wanted an amex working in retail for 6 years made me want one.

TU08 Fico Score (700)-Goal Score-(750)
AMEX PRG NPSL,AMEX BCE $15,000, Lowes $12000, Capital One venture card $10,000,Us Airways mastercard $9500, Capital One Venture One $7500, BOA 123 rewards $6000 CSP $6000, Capital One Quicksliver $5500, Barclay
Card Ring $5000 Chase Marriott $5000,Chase Hyatt $5000, Discover it $5000, Sallie Mae Mastercard $4400, Paypal smart connect $4000, , Chase Freedom $3200, Fidelity Amex $2700, Chase Southwest Premier $2000, Citi Double Cash $1500
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