08-24-2010 05:11 PM
Title says it all just wanted to share my excitment have wanted a amex all my life and finally have got one! I clicked the Check Spending Availibiltiy link and put in 5k and it was approved so excited about that too even though ill probably never charge that much in a month. And a question for anyone with the card. On the site it says you get 10k bonus rewards after your first purchase. How long till you had the points show up? Thanks!
08-24-2010 06:04 PM
congratz man, i got mine last month, the statement cut today and i paid my bill, and i still have 0 points oh and btw the i thought they were going to charge the 25 af the next statement,,,, NO, they charged it right before my statement cut.
good luck with the card, i LOVE it, i use it all the time for everything. its great, i get to be responsible and buy within my means while i pay off 2000 credit card debt in the mean time. take care and congrats
08-24-2010 06:09 PM
Congrats!! to all of you...
08-24-2010 06:56 PM
I was amazed when I was approved they pulled experian which is my only report with a baddie on it. A crappy 140 collection from verizon from 6 years ago and cant be more than a 630. Congrats on the Platinum!
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