06-10-2013 04:01 PM
Today I received another "pre-selected" offer from AMEX. I was denied May 15th due to high UTI%, but plan on app'ing again next week since that's taken care of.
This offer that I received, though, is for a sign up bonus of 25K points with....... AMEX GREEN?!??! Huh????? I've never heard of a sign up bonus with the Green card. I wanted the PRG for the first year for two reasons: 1) those 25K points, and 2) 2x points on gas and supermarket purchases. After the first year, I was probably going to downgrade to the Green anyway.
My question is this: Should I take AMEX on this offer? I mean, I know the common consensus is that approval criteria seems to be the same for all charge cards, but this seems to be a targeted offer. Does that matter? Also, if I were to use that RSVP code on the letter, I'm assuming it would automatically apply for the Green?
I would take it after you get your util. down, good luck!!
06-10-2013 04:02 PM - edited 06-10-2013 04:03 PM
06-10-2013 07:37 PM
My sister approved for BCP after 2 weeks recon........Call the Exe but transfer to new account and they approved after 1 weeks.
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