07-10-2008 04:31 PM
He probably was referring to Delta Sky Plat. Personally, I think it's messy business carrying a balance. Remember, Amex is still in the business of "chasing balances" to zero, so I wouldn't be so cavalier about high utility and Amex not caring...they do!
rred4 wrote:I always read how Amex likes PIF, I've had my Delta Sky for about 9 months, CL started out a $3,400. I never PIF my util is always around 30%. About a month ago I received a letter asking me to upgrade to Plat so I did and today I get a letter from Amex. WE'VE INCREASED YOUR LINE OF CREDIT. More than double my CL so it looks like a lot of people have been guessing what they think Amex likes. And yes I have 3 other cards and the all have at least 15% utilHow did you get a credit limit increase on a Platinum? It doesn't have a CL.Or did you get an "upgrade" to the Platinum Delta Skymiles card?
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