07-26-2007 12:21 PM
loloswims wrote:Considering the clear has no late, overlimit, annual, balance transfer or cash advance fees I would think it would be harder to get than the blue. It is a matter of risk.
07-26-2007 01:30 PM
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07-26-2007 01:47 PM
Jamesus81801 wrote:That makes sense to me, I would try for the Blue then... I would ask you this though... I applied and was approved on the 20th, if I wanted to just flat out apply for the Blue now online, would they pull another hard INQ into my credit or would they realize that I had just applied for the other and just use that info again?
07-26-2007 01:51 PM
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07-26-2007 01:56 PM
For CLIs AMEX generally uses your history with them, so a good payment history could lead to CLI and that could lead to a possible card upgrade all without a HARD Inq.
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