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Re: Its back - Amex pre-approval link


Wanderer wrote:
kroberts67 - Thanks! Maybe I missed that! I will go back.

I guess tomorrow I'll find out if it was a HP or not....   eeeek.  :smileysurprised:

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Re: Its back - Amex pre-approval link

Sp folks. Done it a gazillion times and still no offers! :smileysad:

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baller4life wrote:
Sp folks. Done it a gazillion times and still no offers! :smileysad:

Whew.  thanks.  :smileyhappy:

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When thanks!

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Heres what I got. Personally I prefer no annual fee cards but just for fun.

Chase Freedom ($5,500) Discover It ($3,500) Capital One Quicksilver ($4,500) Amex Bluecash Everyday ($6,000) Amazon credit card($2,700) Chase Ink Cash ($5,000) Citi thank you preferred ($3,600)

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Re: Its back - Amex pre-approval link

Are these preapprovals pretty reliable as to final approval??

 

Never had an AE but thought I would try the preapproval site just for the heck of it and was offered AE Gold Card, Blue Sky. Blue Cash Everyday........

 

Figure they must be the bottom of the AE lineup.


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DrMac210 wrote:

Are these preapprovals pretty reliable as to final approval??

 

Never had an AE but thought I would try the preapproval site just for the heck of it and was offered AE Gold Card, Blue Sky. Blue Cash Everyday........

 

Figure they must be the bottom of the AE lineup.


Actually, those are some of the choicest cards you can get.

 

As far as accuracy goes, well... In my case, I applied for and was (sorta) instantly approved for the Premier Rewards Gold card even though I didn't have any pre-approvals. At least one other person in this thread has had the same experience. So make of that what you will.

 

      
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worked for me on chrome incognito. I have only been a member for a month, so YMMV. I was offered Blue Sky (got a mailer today actually), BCP, and Gold

 

Thanks for the link!

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Id be really interested to know if those "selected cards" are realistic.

 

I didn't have any special offers but it said I would like Platinum, Gold or Blue.  I looked up the credit reqs, and its all mid 600-low 700s for those and my exp, which I believe it pulls, is a 656 with exp...

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Dyinglight wrote:

Heres what I got. Personally I prefer no annual fee cards but just for fun.


 

Why do I always get the same thing.  No offers but they tell me what I might like.  I just got the Delta card with a 10k initial immediate approval but the card screener finds nothing.  Chase, Citi say the same thing?  What does that mean?


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