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04-24-2008 12:46 PM - edited 04-24-2008 09:54 PM
04-24-2008 01:00 PM
scapegrace13 wrote:I'm a secretary, PH, so I ALWAYS have what you need at my fingertips!
PurpleHaze wrote:WHAT ... you don't have what I need at your fingertipsSeriously, thanks for the info. I will wait awhile ... at least until noon tomorrow lolBofA Credit Analysts: 1-866-865-7842.But give it a few hours before you call - I'd say at least 4, to make sure they can find your app.I app'd online for my 2nd BofA card, and they still couldn't find it 6 hours later - ended up re-apping and unknowingly creating a DUPLICATE app that got declined because the 1st one actually DID go through and got approved.Fortunately, they were kind enough to remove the duplicate hard inq for me, but be patient when calling to check status, and be prepared for a 2nd inq on a diff CRA (they did this to me), and some questions.I had EX 637 when they approved me for a $5K AmEx.Good luck!!
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jmbfl wrote:No outsourcing - and they are professional and nice!Please see another thread for my app saga which continues. Short story is I got the pre-appr for the three cards o/l ($1,500 CL each), I app'ed o/l (got the 30 day message), called back within a few hours and found that I had already been approved for $2,500. I now have the physical AMEX card (the clear one, too), but still need to get with them on the phone for an activation CLI.When that is done I am seriously considering app'ing PenFed before I BT. I need a 5% kickback on my gasoline badly.N.B.: The 0% on AMEX Rewards is BT's only - no purchases. The 0% on the PP is BT's and transfers. Any purchase you make on that AMEX will not be paid until you PIF. I am happy with that and will BT to the card and SD it until I pay it off. I will be moving 32% money to 0%.
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04-30-2008 06:53 AM - edited 04-30-2008 06:54 AM
WHOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Just wanted to give an update. Pulled my TC today and my new approved BOA AMEX Rewards began reporting on the 25th ... with a $1000 limit. I realize for many here that is not much, however considering where I started, and the drama I went thru to get the card, I am pretty darn excited. Woot Woot ... Whoooo Hoooo ... and Yippeee
cheddar wrote:Congrats, PurpleHaze! Even though it's not the CL you expected, and you kind of went the roundabout way of getting it, it still had a happy ending.BofA is great about growing with you, too. Treat it well, and your $500 card will be much bigger than that in no time.
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