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hello just wanted to let everyone know that i got my first Amex card. This is a great day.

I was approved for an Amex gold delta card for 1k. Even if this is one of my lowest card
what should i do next.

1.ask for a product change

or

2.ask for a cl following the 3x rule

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shyboy wrote:
hello just wanted to let everyone know that i got my first Amex card. This is a great day.

Great news!  Congratulations!
 
Which one did you get?

 
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gold delta. i cant believe im only 19!!! with an amex

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Congrats-
 
Use it, PIF, wait 6 months and ask for 3K
 
 
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would it be possible to call them and ask for a product change to the gold card
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The Gold charge card? -
No they normally don't change from revolving to charge -
 
The Delta IS a Gold card- :smileytongue:


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oh ok. I really dont want the delta card, i just used it to get my foot into amex's door and now that i'm in, what card should i do a product change to beside the blue
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The Delta is a great card-
I say keep off the radar and keep it for 6 months.
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ok sounds like a great plan to me.
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Did you have any negative info on your credit files?
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