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nada9188
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It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month

On my SPG card. Opened June '12, between the Southwest fluke and putting my tuition on it it has over 10K in charges just from this month!!!

 

And, I will be requesting my 61 day CLI at the end of Aug..  Hmmmm...  

 

Oh yeah, almost forgot- my income is roughly 35k... This should be interesting. 

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Crashem
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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month

Doubt that will result in fr

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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month


nada9188 wrote:

On my SPG card. Opened June '12, between the Southwest fluke and putting my tuition on it it has over 10K in charges just from this month!!!

 

And, I will be requesting my 61 day CLI at the end of Aug..  Hmmmm...  

 

Oh yeah, almost forgot- my income is roughly 35k... This should be interesting. 


I would refrain from asking for the CLI until you've paid the 10k in full.  


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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month

I thought AMEX only did a FR for charge cards?

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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month

I paid that amount off 1 minute after those charges are made. I have my full credit limit available.

@dadaluma

I had asked the question previously and never got a response.

Has anyone ever been fr'd on a regular credit card?
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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month


Dadaluma83 wrote:

I thought AMEX only did a FR for charge cards?


You can get FR for AMEX credit card as well.

 

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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month


trumpet-205 wrote:

Dadaluma83 wrote:

I thought AMEX only did a FR for charge cards?


You can get FR for AMEX credit card as well.

 


+1, although it seems to be more common if you have a charge card of any kind. Few FRs are reported by people who only have revolvers.
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Re: It would be a miracle if I don't get FR'd this month


nada9188 wrote:

Has anyone ever been fr'd on a regular credit card?

 

I got reviewed and both cards are credit cards. Income was same as yours and I only charged 3000 over the course of seven months. I did not ask what caused the review but it may have been about opening up a business card.


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