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Palladium
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?

they pulled both TU and EQ for me. 

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TM82
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?

I had all 3 of my reports frozen when I spoke to the credit analyst.  I was able to choose which report I wanted pulled, which I requested EQ because it had the least amount of pulls. 

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bribro
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?

My friend was just telling me about how much he loves his Palladium card and how he gets comments on it pretty much every time. He also gave the card a new nickname after having some "fun" in Asia as a single guy - the "get laidium" card. :smileyhappy:

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cashnocredit
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?


bribro wrote:

My friend was just telling me about how much he loves his Palladium card and how he gets comments on it pretty much every time. He also gave the card a new nickname after having some "fun" in Asia as a single guy - the "get laidium" card. :smileyhappy:


I believe it.

 

About 10 years ago, on the spur of the moment, I took 200k to the Mirage in Vegas as front money (I had no credit or CCs) fully prepared to blow it all. I'd always liked gambling but never really gambled very much dollar wise and wanted a fling.  There is nothing quite like the thrill of seeing large amounts in play so to the craps tables I went. In short order I had thousands at play and sometimes even ten.  Lots of fun. After a bit 2 lovely women came over taking spots on both sides of the table around me. They played a bit and we had a little banter. They asked what I did, I told them engineering.  They then indicated they were in the construction biz, especially erecting things (that's close to an exact quote).  Now as attractive as they were I didn't go to Vegas for sex. I was there for the gambling.  At some point they left and were replaced by this dude festooned with rhinestones. Now that it was really clear the casino hosts were just trying to be helpful, and not wanting to waste his time, I just made it clear I was there to gamble.

 

I lost about 70k over two days and got it out of my system not to be repeated. At least anywhere near that scale.

 

 

I have reestablished credit over the last couple years
so my moniker is, well, rather out of date.

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Jlu
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?

^I know that feeling. That's usually when I'll go to the local grocery store and buy a $5 scratch ticket. But yeah, blowing $70k is perfectly reasonable too.

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CS800
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?

DEpends if you use the actual metal card of the plastic version that looks liike the select :smileyhappy:




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bribro
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Re: JP Morgan palladium requirements?


cashnocredit wrote:

bribro wrote:

My friend was just telling me about how much he loves his Palladium card and how he gets comments on it pretty much every time. He also gave the card a new nickname after having some "fun" in Asia as a single guy - the "get laidium" card. :smileyhappy:


I believe it.

 

About 10 years ago, on the spur of the moment, I took 200k to the Mirage in Vegas as front money (I had no credit or CCs) fully prepared to blow it all. I'd always liked gambling but never really gambled very much dollar wise and wanted a fling.  There is nothing quite like the thrill of seeing large amounts in play so to the craps tables I went. In short order I had thousands at play and sometimes even ten.  Lots of fun. After a bit 2 lovely women came over taking spots on both sides of the table around me. They played a bit and we had a little banter. They asked what I did, I told them engineering.  They then indicated they were in the construction biz, especially erecting things (that's close to an exact quote).  Now as attractive as they were I didn't go to Vegas for sex. I was there for the gambling.  At some point they left and were replaced by this dude festooned with rhinestones. Now that it was really clear the casino hosts were just trying to be helpful, and not wanting to waste his time, I just made it clear I was there to gamble.

 

I lost about 70k over two days and got it out of my system not to be repeated. At least anywhere near that scale.

 

 



That is such an awesome line.

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