06-18-2007 10:18 PM
06-19-2007 05:27 AM
06-19-2007 05:31 AM
Doubtful.. Just wait a couple of months before trying again.
I request a CLI for Delta and was told on the phone that it would take 7-10 days for response. When i signed up for online banking, i hit the CLI button and requested the same amount and got the same response...Do ya'll think i just triggered a F/R by requesting CLI twice within a week period?
06-19-2007 05:35 AM
06-19-2007 10:37 AM
06-19-2007 12:32 PM
Not sure it matters.. but people seem to be doing Delta first.
Quick question. I am about to attempt applying for one of the Amex cards but have forgotten which one to try first, the Delta Miles or HiltonHonors. I am a member of HHonors and have gotten notices from them for this card, as well as the Starwood. My EX is 643 and EQ is 630. I have a couple of past CO but they are over 3 and 4 years old. No lates within the past year.Thanks for your suggestions.
06-20-2007 01:21 PM
06-21-2007 02:43 PM
06-21-2007 04:05 PM - edited 06-21-2007 04:06 PM
I would say apply for the Delta first as Tuscani suggested. I believe it's the easiest to qualify for. Get your foot in the door, wait a month, then try for the HHonors Platinum. Worked for me at least.
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