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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

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Congrats!!!  I'd app the Delta now.  SP if denied and you will get the info needed to get your approval in 6 months.  I think with your income- the limt won't be too low if approved.  You can always request CLI after 61 days. Go for it.  Smiley Happy

 

 


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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

I apped Delta online. My application is "pending further review."

 

I'm thinking that's not a good sign. Smiley Sad

Do I recon it? I used the app, but didn't indicate that I was a cardholder because I didn't have a card number to refer to. 

Ugh.

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Go to Amex site- search app status.  Follow the link and you will be able to see the current status.  No worries.  It's only a SP and if anything- it give you a game plan for a future approval if denied.  You were borderline for a revolver but I love Amex because they don't punish you for trying.  No HP for denials once a member.  Let us know.


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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

OMG!!!!!

 

I got approved for he Delta Gold!!!

 

Thank you improvingmycredit, for pointing me in the right direction to check the status! 

 

Smiley Very Happy

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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

Congrats.  Enjoy the new cards and remember to set yourself up for 61 day cli.  Btdid what cl did you get on delta?

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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

Hmmm. I see that I was approved, but I don't know what the CL is. 

Where can I check that?

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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite


MontegoMack wrote:

OMG!!!!!

 

I got approved for he Delta Gold!!!

 

Thank you improvingmycredit, for pointing me in the right direction to check the status! 

 

Smiley Very Happy


Awesome!  And, congrats!

 

You're going to love Amex.

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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

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MontegoMack wrote:

Hmmm. I see that I was approved, but I don't know what the CL is. 

Where can I check that?


You'll have to call them to get that.  Smiley Happy   Super Congrats!!!!  I love Amex.  With your income, I doubt it will be a small limit.

Again... let us know.  I'm excited for you.

 

Edited for grammar.  Gotta love iPhone and the auto correct.  Really been acting weird on this site for some reason.  Wants to correct everything even if it's correct.


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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

Congrats on your approvals!!!



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Re: From AMEX Prepaid to Green Card Invite

Yeah, a new Amex relationship is exciting since it can grow so quickly.  

 

This is still one aspect of Amex that is unique; they are by far much more forward looking than any other issuer.  That's got to be one of my favorite aspects of the company.

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