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Registered: ‎09-12-2008

reapplying for Amex card after closed once

hi My a/c was closed after my payment was due 120+ days. Is there any chance I would be eligible for a amex card in future?
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Registered: ‎07-05-2008

Re: reapplying for Amex card after closed once

Uh, how long ago was this? In this economy, with the way their company has been doing? And what with you not paying them? I'd say it's a long shot.
They have a rebuilder program caleld Oasis where you get an AmEx Optima card that helps you rebuild your relationship with them, you might be able to get into that if the account in question was from  awhile ago. What're your scores like?
You're more likely to get a charge card than a credit card though because I'm sure they wouldn't be very comfortable with you carrying a balance.
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