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AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

My spouse received an offer to apply. Per TC FAKO SCORES:
 
TU 601
EX 531
EQ 568
 
Do they send these offers because you are pre-approved??  Is it a high chance of approval since they sent the offer?
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

she needs to check her fico scores....they are probably going to need to be a lot higher than her fako's to qualify for that card. 
 
it is hard for anyone here to base approval guesses on fako scores, as they are not the scores most lenders use, and they are also inconsistent, i.e. your tu fako may be 600 and your tu fico may be 680, whereas my tu fako may be 600 and my tu fico may be 623...
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

forgot to add that amex typically pulls ex....but no guarantee.
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

Also ...If you have had a BK. don't waste an inq.  Amex is not BK friendly, and most have been turned down. Good luck!
9/18/08 TU=707 EQ=706 EX=702
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

Hey all,
 
Eve here.  My husband got a prequalified application from AMEX on Friday.  His fico scores are EQ 588, EX 600 and TU 548.  I filled out the online app and he got approved!!!  We don't know the limit yet or the terms, but it was a real shock to us!!!...
 
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

Congratulations! Which card did your husband get approved for?
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

Thanks... 
 
It was the green card, if I am not mistaken.
 
 
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

good deal!
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

So, how does the Amex card payment work, pay in full every month?
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Re: AMEX REWARD PLUS GOLD PRE-SELECTED OFFER QUESTION

i think the green card is a pif charge card, you can go on amex's website and check.
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