06-08-2007 08:13 AM
Irvin wrote:HAHA. Nah man. I am done applying for credit until 2008 when i plan on buying a car.
I am going on a strike against applying for new credit now. That's it.Cmon.. you know you want to.Don't worry, his card is coming in the mail. He will take you out to lunch for informing him about the offer. I think hes taking you to Elephant Bar.Cory
06-08-2007 09:02 AM - edited 06-08-2007 09:03 AM
KDM wrote:If you're given a very low initial cl, how much of a cli should you ask for?
06-08-2007 09:09 AM
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06-08-2007 11:01 AM
princessofpink wrote:I was having a major anxiety attack about applying for this in seeing that it was a Platinum Card. This is probably the card I'd rather have as I use Hilton quite frequently. So I'm happy to say they did approve me. $2100 limit. After being treated like a leper just three years ago it's hard to believe Amex thinks I am worthly of $6500 worth of credit. Thanks Tuscani! I appreciate all your help.
06-08-2007 11:02 AM
You don't put anything in.. it will present you with a new CL automatically.
KDM wrote:My niece just got the Delta Amex card with a 1,000 cl (her first card!) How much of a cli should she put when she clicks the CLI request and they want to know how much your requesting? 2,000? 3,000? More? Less?
06-08-2007 11:04 AM
Phouchg wrote:No dice - "American Express risk acquisition score is too low".So I will have to be content with my 10K Delta - still the biggest CC I have ever owned.Also, does AMEX look favorably if you make nice sized payments? I have 8000 in BT - minimum payment is 2% or $160. I have budgeted $500/month to pay this off. Should this help? Do CC issuers in general like larger payments or will I be a "Deadbeat" in their eyes because I am responsible?
06-08-2007 02:38 PM
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