07-17-2013 07:14 AM
07-17-2013 07:19 AM
There are reports that $25k and above will cause Amex to ask for Tax dox.
I think $30k has become the new $25k however, bc Amex has extended me $30k instantly with no tax doc request.
I have a $24,500 bce and 5,500 delta gold.
I think it depends on your reported income too. I think youre fine with that bomb azz 14k+ approval!!!
Btw, congrats on getting that taken care of! Phew!
I see. I will definitely avoid sending them the Tax dox if I can. Not like I have anything to hide though. It's just less trouble to go through.
Thank you! Phew!
07-17-2013 07:34 AM
So happy it worked out in your favor Yay
And you won't forget to ask question again right? Lol
In 61 days ask for an CLI to 24,900
How come have to be less than 25,000? May I ask for 30,000?
Of course you can but Amex tends to start asking for financial doc's for CLI's over $25K
Not always but a lot of times YMMV tho
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