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Re: Just my luck with 3x61 cli


napplegate wrote:

As with everything YMMV but when I applied for my second 3x CLI I had optimimised my card reporting and overall utilization (I always PIF but I let my balances report every month).  When I checked Experian AMEX hadn't sp'd me since July when for their purposes I had roughly $10k reporting.  I applied anyways and was approved for an increase to $18k.  I feel many people on this board put a bit too much emphasis on SP's and optimising your score to appease the credit card gods at AMEX.  


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