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Re: I have come to a conclusion: AMEX Doesn't like me

With a hard limit zync, some people report success, others report total catastrophic failure. Cant pc, cant get any new accounts. Amex seems to do eenie meanie miney mo to decide who can do what.

Pretty sure you'll just have to sleep with a csr.
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Re: I have come to a conclusion: AMEX Doesn't like me

I was approved for the Green Card and Blue last month while holding the Zync with PSL and autopay. I still haven't canceled it. 710 Experian had the Zync with PSL for exactly 1 year.
Starting scores (FICO): 1/4/2011 TU: 536 EQ: 532 EX: ???
Current scores (FICO): 9/10/2014 TU: 715 EQ : 720 EX: 732
AMEX PRG: NPSL; AMEX Hilton Surpass: $5800; AMEX Blue: $7500;
DIscover IT: $8500; Fidelity Visa Signature: $5000; CITI AAdvantage WEMC: $2200; Capital One Venture One: $4000; Santander JetBlue MC: $5000; Wells Fargo Visa (secured that eventually graduated): $1600; Nordstrom Visa Signature: $5000 Store cards: Sam's Club: $3900; Home Depot: $4000 Fired: First Premier; Cap One (secured and Orchard); Barclays, AMEX Zync with PSL.
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Re: I have come to a conclusion: AMEX Doesn't like me

LOL @ dondilio!
Very Funny! Thanks for the good laugh!

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Re: I have come to a conclusion: AMEX Doesn't like me

It's true! They did FR'd me about a week after I was approved. I haven't canceled the Zync yet but it's on my to-do list. I don't foresee them offering a PC on the PSL Zync so no sense in keeping it.
Starting scores (FICO): 1/4/2011 TU: 536 EQ: 532 EX: ???
Current scores (FICO): 9/10/2014 TU: 715 EQ : 720 EX: 732
AMEX PRG: NPSL; AMEX Hilton Surpass: $5800; AMEX Blue: $7500;
DIscover IT: $8500; Fidelity Visa Signature: $5000; CITI AAdvantage WEMC: $2200; Capital One Venture One: $4000; Santander JetBlue MC: $5000; Wells Fargo Visa (secured that eventually graduated): $1600; Nordstrom Visa Signature: $5000 Store cards: Sam's Club: $3900; Home Depot: $4000 Fired: First Premier; Cap One (secured and Orchard); Barclays, AMEX Zync with PSL.
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