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diablo2man
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How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

Tried to apply for the starwood card a month ago but get rejected. After check my credit report, the worst part is my debt ratio ( almost 90% at that time). Now I paid back all the debt but don't know when it would reflect to my credit score. When should I try to apply for that card again? Thanks.

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smc733
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Re: How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

I'd say 90 days.  You only need to wait 30 days between apps for Amex not to cancel any new apps, but give it time for it to post to your report and your FICO scores to reflect it.

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thejollyroger
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Re: How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

I was denied BlueSky then applied for Delta Gold a month and a half later and approved


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diablo2man
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Re: How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

 


thejollyroger wrote:

I was denied BlueSky then applied for Delta Gold a month and a half later and approved


Why people like BlueSky? I own it for a year and find nothing special :smileyhappy:

 

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diablo2man
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Re: How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

 


smc733 wrote:

I'd say 90 days.  You only need to wait 30 days between apps for Amex not to cancel any new apps, but give it time for it to post to your report and your FICO scores to reflect it.


So it takes up to 90 days to update my empty balance?

 

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Wolf3
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Re: How long should I wait to apply AMEX again after rejected?

There is a lot a variation in timing of reporting.  You could pull your report after 30 days and see.   Pull Experian, that is what AMEX checks first.


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