06-17-2007 12:26 PM - edited 06-17-2007 12:27 PM
tuscani, did she request that limit or did she just leave it blank and that is what they tossed at her? i have hhonors and skymiles coming next week and would like to up at least one of them to 5k.
06-18-2007 06:42 AM
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06-18-2007 07:31 AM
Okay, am I the only person who had a TU pull for AMEX. After researching this card I applied because EX is my highest score and I thought there was a reasonable chance I would get the card. Besides that, from what I could tell, all of the Florida pulls seemed to be EX. Nope, they pulled TU, my lowest score(FICO 616). The good news is that I was approved for the card yesterday. I am still trying to figure out if any part of my approval was due to having had this card six years ago with a high CL and never a late pay. Anyway, thanks for the advice, I will try for an immediate CL increase as soon as I get the card.
06-18-2007 07:33 AM
princessofpink wrote:You're brave. I'm still afraid if I request a CLI at this point that they are going to check again and decide they shouldn't have given me a darn card to begin with!!!
06-18-2007 07:43 AM
Tuscani wrote:Interesting.... 99% Amex will pull EX (at least right now). Last year it was EQ. Just goes to show you that YMMV always applies.
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