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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

smc733-  What is your aprox.  AAoA ?

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

With an AU account, 4 years, w/o, maybe 1 year....

BofA Cash Rewards VS - $10k/9.99% | Citi Dividend World MC - $12.1k/11.99% | Amex BCE - $20k/10.24% | Chase Freedom VS- $10k/15.24% | Barclay Ring $5k/8.0% | Discover it - $19k/11.99%
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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

Dang.  Now im really temped to apply in Jan.  when both of my account will be over a year old.

 

I wonder if they they would look down on my current 2,400 total revolving credit line.

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

Does this BCE card have a spending requirement before earning the advertised rate? Thanks.

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!


johnnie198x wrote:

Does this BCE card have a spending requirement before earning the advertised rate? Thanks.



Nope, and it's unlimited!

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

I don't think there's any catch or fine print associated with the BCE.  Except maybe that the BCP might be better depending on your spending.

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

Congrats! I remember your struggle to get your foot in the door via the Zync, so I'm really pleased to hear that you managed to get the BCE. Good for you! :smileyhappy:


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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!

oh, good you made it in. in my credit aquiring, i mentally attach blue cash as the 0 point in my credit life. everything credit either came before or after blue cash. if i remember correctly, this is your second attempt at applying for this card? (my first attempt i was turned down because i had innaccuracies i had to clear up)

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Re: Blue Cash Everyday: Approved!


tinuviel wrote:

Congrats! I remember your struggle to get your foot in the door via the Zync, so I'm really pleased to hear that you managed to get the BCE. Good for you! :smileyhappy:


Thanks!

 

Strange thing is, after all that struggle for the Zync, this was approved after 9 days of "In progress" with no additional effort needed.

BofA Cash Rewards VS - $10k/9.99% | Citi Dividend World MC - $12.1k/11.99% | Amex BCE - $20k/10.24% | Chase Freedom VS- $10k/15.24% | Barclay Ring $5k/8.0% | Discover it - $19k/11.99%
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GrowingCredit wrote:

My wife applied for this card on 9/12 and got the 14 day msg. immediately went online to check the approval status and it showed approved.



With AMEX i beleive that once the status on their website says 'Approved' you are good and just have to wait for the card and activiate it when you get it :smileyhappy:




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